Password Manager or Expanded Password System
“Expanded Password System is no bad, but we do not need it. We can rely on password managers that are protected by a single strong password. Password predicament is already sort out by password managers”. This is what we often hear here and there.
Then, what if we come up with a password manager powered by Expanded Password System (EPS)?
It is ‘leak-proof’; the passwords, which are generated and re-generated on-the-fly by our image-to-code converter from users’ hard-to-forget episodic image memory, will be deleted from the software along with the intermediate data when it is shut down.
The merits of episodic image memory enable us to easily handle multiple password managing modules with multiple unique sets of images; it helps us avoid creating a single point of failure.
The logic of ‘image-to-code’ conversion is demonstrated at our website. Everyone can freely try and experience the flow of process here - https://www.mnemonicidentitysolutions.com/
We expect the EPS-powered password manager to be a good tool to actually bring a healthy second life to ubiquitous legacy password systems.
Please keep an eye on the progress.
For Achieving Solid Digital Identity on Information Security Buzz (Mar/2021)
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