You can also add extra characters and punctuation marks to make your password even stronger.
Apple also uses other password rules to make sure your password isn't easy to guess.
In particular, many sites allocate users and/or local system groups starting at 100.
Apart from this we should have dynamically allocated ids, which should by default be arranged in some sensible order, but the behavior should be configurable.
Apple policy requires you use strong passwords with your Apple ID.
Your password must have eight or more characters and include upper and lowercase letters, and at least one number.
Instead, IAM creates a new version of the managed policy.
The changed policy doesn't overwrite the existing policy.
Normally, this is done by the package via an init script.
See Section 9.3.2, “Writing the scripts” for more information.
The order of the elements doesn't matter—for example, the Note The details of what goes into a policy vary for each service, depending on what actions the service makes available, what types of resources it contains, and so on.
When you're writing policies for a specific service, it's helpful to see examples of policies for that service.