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25 March 2015

Asking People To Remember Multiple Larg

by Code Monkey

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Plattner{.author-photo}Adam Plattner{.author} - 2015-03-25 21:43:21-0400[

Asking people to remember multiple large unique randomized strings is not practical and hence we get statistics like “123456” and “password” still being the most common passwords.\ \ I had hopes that biometrics would replace passwords but even if they where not easy to circumvent, with the ruling that law enforcement can compel iris and fingerprint scans but not knowledge in your head (aka passwords) what other options are there?\ \ #passwords{.ot-hashtag .bidi_isolate}\ #biometrics{.ot-hashtag .bidi_isolate}  

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