December 10, 2014

RIP P4ssw0rd? IT giants agree to share patents to rollout two-factor auth

Passwords, right? If they’re too weak, they can be worse than useless – but making them too strong means people do dumb things like writing them down or forget them and piss off IT workers with frequent reset requests. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/12/10/rip_password/?mt=1418232666937

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