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DOCKER - The next generation bullshit in IT
Docker recently launched the beta version of their new Docker image hub (hub-beta.docker.com), a registry for public and private Docker images.
How serious is Docker about security?
The first version of the new hub required a minimal password length of exactly one character. After laughing about their password security policy they changed it to four characters and recently the minimum password length is now finally six characters? What's next? Seven chars? Eight chars? This is the best example that the Docker devs do not have the slighest idea about basic security. All services moved forward to longer password, more complex passwords, two factor authentication and these untalented Docker dev kids introduce a one character minimum password policy for hub-beta.docker.com....find the problem yourself...