Overview#Password Anti-Pattern is an Anti-pattern and are concepts that have been shown to be detrimental to Best Practices Password and user Experience NIST.SP.800-63B, Microsoft and Bruce Schneier recommend that passwords SHOULD NOT be arbitrarily expired after some interval.
The Shared Password#The user is asked to give the site login names and passwords for another site in order for the first site to access address books, connection lists or other data kept on the second site.
The Password Anti-Pattern, in which a shared secret (the password) directly represents the party in question (the user). By sharing this secret password with applications, the user enables applications to access protected APIs.
More Information#There might be more information for this subject on one of the following:
- Best Practices Password
- Best Practices for LDAP Security
- Delegation vs Impersonation
- OAuth 2.0
- Password Authentication is Broken
- Resource Owner Password Credentials Grant
- Web Blog_blogentry_180317_1
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