I am really bad at remembering long passwords (but i can remember short random ones very well) and that is why i would prefer to be able to use password that are relatively short, but I'm afraid those would lower my system's security.
In order to increase security over a short password for
sudo I wanted to increase the delay between failed attempts.
What would you consider a good guidelines for setting up the delay of sudo in pam relative to the passwords length?
Do you consider this method to be problematic/unsecured or where do you think it can fail.
If it is problematic what would be a better alternative to fight hard to remember long passwords.
(the computer in hand is not a server and does not allow any kind of remote accesses with ssh/rdx or such, i use it as my personal desktop)