Re: [78all] Admission Control to the IETF 78 and IETF 79 Networks

IETF Chair <chair@ietf.org> Mon, 19 July 2010 21:30 UTC

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>> I am writing now to let you know the password that we will all be using
>> for IETF 78.  Everyone will be using the same password, but we will each
>> use our own Registration ID.  The password is 'ietf'.
> 
> I hope not too many people will waste the network with dictionary attacks.

The expectation is that the Registration ID will be the harder item to
guess.  The Registration ID contain 4 random digits.

Russ