Password Protection System Requires No Special Hardware
- Friday, 31 October 2008
The High-Security Password System takes the place of strong passwords on digital devices and online services, yet is easy to remember and quick to enter for most individuals. This system places images in a two- or three-dimensional matrix to generate the equivalent of a ten-digit number. The security of the system can be increased by cells in the matrix, also consisting of a number of cells.
Objects may be images, letters, numbers, or other symbols and can vary by color or orientation. Many different implementations (or paradigms) are possible, such as a chess board, locations on a map, a crossword puzzle, or photographs and corresponding labels.
The High-Security Password System does not require a physical device that the user might lose, have stolen, or need to replace. It provides a hardware-agnostic way for users to access devices or online services without a memorization burden or need to possess a hardware key.
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