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Kenneth F. Belva

Graphic One-time Passwords: Better Security Against Phishing?

Richard Stiennon writes:

“The user picks their own password and can change it anytime. But when they go to login they are presented with a grid like the one pictured here….

“Instead of typing in their password they type in the number in one of the corners of each of the characters in their passwords. They chose which corner when they picked their password. So, if my password were m0ney7 and I had picked the “Lower Left

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