|Subject:||Re: Incorrect Login Attempts Software|
|Posted by:||Steve Riley [MSFT] (steve.ril…@microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Fri, 6 Jun 2008|
Just use good passwords (I like length better than complexity) and do away
with account lockout policies completely. You're right, lockout is expensive
to manage. Plus, it creates a situation where an attacker can conduct
purposeful bogus logons to lock you out of your own accounts. Wonderful form
of a denial of service attack!
"Ally" <Al…@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Does anyone know any software out there that will record all incorrect
> My business doesn't have the resources available to properly manage the
> account lock out policy so I need to know if there are suspicious multiple
> incorrect login attempts?
Incorrect Login Attempts Software posted by Ally on Fri, 6 Jun 2008