Can we afford to disregard the potential of ‘Non-Text’ secret credentials?
"Passwords are bad for business, frustrating for consumers" is what is claimed in this report https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/94918-passwords-are-bad-for-business-frustrating-for-consumers
“Passwords are not secure enough, therefore passwords are bad. Bad passwords should be removed from identity security”. People who tell us so are suggesting us to rely on other authenticators that, by the way, need to rely on the bad passwords for not losing availability.
Should they really want to do without ‘bad passwords’, they could find only one choice – Find ‘good passwords”, say, ‘Non-Text’ secret credentials.
For Achieving Solid Digital Identity on Information Security Buzz (Mar/2021)
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