How Operating Systems Protect Login Passwords

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Q: How does an operating system protect login passwords?


a. It stores all passwords in a protected segment using non-volatile memory.

b. It encrypts the passwords using an encoder, and decrypts them as necessary.

c. It stores all passwords within a secret file that is hidden from its users.

d. It performs a one-way hash of the passwords.

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