|Informative Information for the Uninformed
The more complex MPF contains three elements: represents the first letter of the username, represents the first letter of the hostname or first number of the first address octet, and represents the first letters of the remaining domain name parts or first numbers of the remaining address octets, concatenated together. This MPF also contains another special character in addition to the exclamation mark, the period between the second and third element.
The above MPF would yield such passwords as:
The modified MPF contains two special characters which yields more complex passwords, however, the passwords are still variable length and may not comply with the authenticating system's password length policies. The example MPF is also increasing in complexity and may not be easily remembered.