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shareimprove this answer answered Mar 15 '14 at 12:06 Chris J 21.3k44485 add a comment up vote 0 down vote Try not to impose any limitation unless necessary. However if your password is something that you can actually remember and still secure it needs to be longer. shareimprove this answer answered Sep 19 '08 at 1:54 Lucas Oman 12.4k13944 add a comment up vote 2 down vote The only benefit I can see to a maximum password length would be to eliminate the risk of a buffer overflow attack caused by an overly long password, but there are much better ways to handle that situation. How to change a Linkedin password? June 3, 2015 . –Eyal Aug 15 '11 at 11:14 4 Piskvor and Eyal, fortunately, Apache and IIS (and presumably other mature servers) limit the length of fields passed via URLs: boutell.com/newfaq/misc/urllength.html –sampablokuper May 25 '12 at 8:18 show 3 more comments up vote 18 down vote First, do not assume that banks have good IT security professionals working for them. Forgot my Adobe password, now what? July 24, 2015 . How to change a Yahoo password? June 2, 2015 . Reply Anonomous says: February 9, 2013 at 3:57 pm You forgot security questions. How to change a Skype password? June 4, 2015 . So its a shame to see the new Outlook.com miss an opportunity to encourage the use of longer passwords. For example, some digest algorithms require a plaintext version of the password at the server as the authentication mechanism involves both the client and the server performing the same maths on the entered password (which generally won't produce the same output each time as the password is combined with a randomly generated 'nonce', which is shared between the two machines). But the (simpler) schemes I made up for close relatives have worked perfectly so far! –Roman Starkov Dec 17 '10 at 1:14 1 romkyns other problems with such schemes: sites that share passwords. How to change a Wechat password? June 16, 2015 . –Roman Starkov May 19 '11 at 14:32 add a comment up vote 1 down vote My bank does this too. Wish I had known about the max length limits when I came up with it. Forgot my Amazon password, how reset it? June 4, 2015 . What are Snapchats password requirements? June 11, 2015 . How to change a Plenty Of Fish (POF) password? June 7, 2015 . (LogOut/Change) Cancel Connecting to %s Recommended reads Jul01 by Lee Munson 56 Windows 10 Wi-Fi Sense feature shares your Wi-Fi network with your friends Oct14 by John Hawes 8 5 steps to lock down your webmail account Oct07 by Lee Munson 14 Is Microsoft recycling old Outlook.com and Windows Live email accounts? Jan08 by Graham Cluley 90 Using Yahoo Mail? You should turn on this privacy option as soon as possible Oct22 by Graham Cluley 22 How Hotmail lets down its users security-wise compared to Gmail and Yahoo Apr27 by Graham Cluley 57 Microsoft rushes out fix after hackers reset passwords to hack Hotmail accounts SOPHOS About Naked Security About Sophos Send us a tip Cookies Privacy Legal Network Protection XG Firewall UTM Secure Wi-Fi Secure Web Gateway Secure Email Gateway Enduser Protection Enduser Protection Bundles Endpoint Antivirus Sophos Cloud Mobile Control SafeGuard Encryption Server Protection Virtualization Security Server Security SharePoint Security Network Storage Antivirus PureMessage Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Feed 1997 - 2018 Sophos Ltd. –kleinfreund Mar 6 '17 at 10:50 add a comment up vote 44 down vote Allowing for completely unbounded password length has one major drawback if you accept the password from untrusted sources. Im so hoping.) that they dont store your password at all, but instead generate a salted hash or checksum based upon your password. I realize you aint that stupid, but please don't make silly rules like that! (Just had to get it out of my system ) –cwap Aug 25 '10 at 8:41 13 call Well if you impose a max length for that reason then you will get "I forgot my password" calls from me, because my site-unique passwords are all long, and limiting me to 12 chars is a sure way to guarantee I will not remember it. Of course you could have a transition period where both lengths are hashed and checked but this uses more resources. I am sure there will be those who will brand me as paranoid, OCD or tell me to wear an aluminium foil hat but with hackers accessing services like Dropbox, Nvidia forums, Yahoo, LinkedIn and Last.FM to name but a few we should be using the strongest passwords we can. A random 16 character password using the available keyspace has about 105 bits of entropy or roughly 4 x 10^31 possible combinations. What are Adobes password requirements? July 22, 2015 . –tardate Jul 1 '12 at 8:26 Please elaborate. I simply thought this was strange at the time. How to change a Tumblr password? June 5, 2015 . shareimprove this answer answered Sep 19 '08 at 1:55 Sparr 6,5752139 Agreed! Look at that the string of UK bank online access security failures of the past few years. Forgot my Samsung password, now what? July 20, 2015 . I don't need another gimmick. 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