Invite for T-SQL Tuesday #58 – Passwords

2014-09-02 - General, Passwords, Security, T-SQL Tuesday

T-SQL Tuesday #58

It is T-SQL Tuesday again and this month is the 58th month in the T-SQL Tuesday history. T-SQL Tuesday was introduced by Adam Machanic (B|T) almost five years ago in December 2009.

The Invite: Write About Passwords

This time the T-SQL Tuesday topic is: Passwords. Anything that you can think of, that has to do with or is related to passwords is a welcome topic. To give you a few ideas about what you could write, I compiled a short list of possible topics:

Those topics are not really SQL Server related, so you might argue that they do not fit a T-SQL Tuesday. I think that they still would make valuable posts, but in case, you want to play it "closer to home", here are a few more ideas:

And, if you still think that "passwords" is not a fitting topic for T-SQL Tuesday, write about why you think so.

Hope to see you (or at least your post) next week at the party.

The Rules

There are a few rules and regulations that you should follow while attending this party so that nobody feels left out or mistreated.

  1. Your post must go live between 00:00:00 GMT on Tuesday the 9th of September and 00:00:00 GMT on Wednesday the 10th.
  2. Your post has to link back to the hosting blog post (this one), and the link must be anchored from the T-SQL Tuesday LOGO (found above) which must also appear at the top of the post.
  3. Trackbacks should work. However, it is safer to tweet about your post and include my Twitter handle (@sqlity) and the #tsql2sday hashtag.

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31 Responses to Invite for T-SQL Tuesday #58 – Passwords

  1. liamdempsey says:

    sqlity Your post is timely. Same friend who’s email account is always getting hacked, got hacked again.

  2. @sqlity says:

    @liamdempsey sqlity Sorry to hear. You should recommend 2-factor authentication to him:  Most web-based email providers offer it.

  3. sqlstudent144 says:

    rob_farley sqlity Really enjoyed it too!

  4. Boris Hristov says:

    Here is mine -> 

    Thanks for hosting #58!

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  6. SQLJudo says:

    Hey Sebastian, thanks for hosting.
    Here is my own post:
    “Three people can keep a secret; as long as two of them are dead.”

  7. sqlstudent144 says:

    Thanks for hosting Sebastian!  Here’s mine

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  9. Aaron Bertrand says:

    Hi Sebastien, thanks for hosting. Here’s my entry:

  10. Aaron Bertrand says:

    Sorry, Sebastian (can’t seem to edit now)

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  12. wendySQL says:

    Thanks! Here’s mine

  13. sqlrnnr says:

    sqlity just leave it as a null password #tsql2sday

  14. TSQLDavid says:

    Thanks for hosting, and an important topic for SQL Server! My post is here

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  16. sqlrnnr says:

    Thanks for hosting.  My entry can be found here.

  17. @sqlity says:

    Aaron Bertrand , no problem. I fixed it for you.

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  24. martj76 says:

    Thanks, here’s my effort

  25. @sqlity says:

    martj76, thanks for writing this detailed post on passwords. 
    While you are quite late to the game, I will add you to the roundup over the next few days.

  26. martj76 says:

    @sqlity martj76 Thanks, it appears I got the number and hence subject wrong, thanks for including it anyway. I’ll try and get it right next month!

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