InformationDefines the number of characters within a password which must be non-alphabetic.
In setting the minother attribute, it increases password complexity by enforcing the use of non-alphabetic characters in every user password.
SolutionIn /etc/security/user, set the default user stanza minother attribute to be greater than or equal to 2:
chsec -f /etc/security/user -s default -a minother=2
This means that there must be at least 2 non-alphabetic characters within a password.