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What technology can displace the password?

Some might say “Not using any password altogether is the way to kill the password dead”. Yes, the password could then be killed dead, although it would be criminals rather than us that will be the beneficiaries of such password-free cyber space where our identity is established without our volitional participation.

On the other hand, if we think of using non-textual passwords on top of continuous use of textual passwords, we would be very close to the observation that passwords should not be killed dead but should be expanded. Here comes Expanded Password System that enables comfortable login.

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What technology can displace the password?

  1. 1. What Technology Can Displace The Password? None, at least in this universe where the password can be defined as what you know and nobody else knows. NONE! 7th January, 2016 Mnemonic Security, Inc., Japan/UK
  2. 2. Why? 1/2 This observation would lead us to another entrance to Alice’s Wonderland. Biometric solutions used in cyber space need a password (backup password) registered in case of false rejection. If “something” which has to rely on “the other thing” could displace “the other thing”, your foot should be able to displace your leg for walking. Some people say “PIN can”. This observation would, however, only lead us to the entrance to Alice’s Wonderland. If a PIN that is a weak form of numbers-only password could displace the password, a puppy should be able to displace the dog, a kitten the cat, a cub the lion. Others say “Biometrics can”.
  3. 3. Why? 2/2 It is not easy to conceive that the password can be displaced by multifactor schemes for which one of the factors is a password or ID federations which require a reliable password as the master-password. What about not using passwords altogether? Yes, the password could then be killed dead, although it would be criminals rather than us that will be the beneficiaries of such password-free cyber space where our identity is established without our volitional participation. By the way
  4. 4. What is the answer? If we think of using non-textual passwords on top of continuous use of textual passwords, we would be very close to the observation that passwords should not be killed dead but should be expanded. Here comes Expanded Password System that enables comfortable login. Account A Account B Account C Account D Account E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L----------- Thank youThank you

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