If a girl tells you that she got her nipples pierced, the only correct response is “I don’t believe you”.
Actually, that does seem a perfectly reasonable response.
One of the things that frustrates me is when a site – or worse, a group within my own organization – tells me that my password contains characters that aren’t allowed. Or that my password is too long.
Really? So what you’re saying is that you want me to trust that your team’s developers have good security by using a weaker standard than my own?
You need to change your hash algorithms to accept unicode strings of any reasonable length – and, yes, 256 characters of unicode is a reasonable length for a password.
Also, I just spotted a maddening double-shot of security bumbling with an organization that has integrated with Google Auth. The issue isn’t that they’ve integrated with Google Auth – that’s good – but it’s that they’ve disabled the ability to use two-factor authentication therein.
They’re improving usability by using single sign-on, but increasing the attack surface by disabling a proven security feature.
Oh, and they only allow ASCII for passwords. And not even all of them.
Now that’s a home.
Installing right now on my iPad mini 3: iOS 11 Public Beta.