U.K. Researchers Develop Solution For Password Fatigue Using Graphic Images
This article was posted on Tuesday, 22:03, UTC.
As the Internet becomes a bigger part of our daily routine for doing just about everything, the task of managing your passwords can get cumbersome. Researchers at the University of Plymouth in Plymouth, U.K. thinks they may have found some relief for password fatigue, according to The Inquirer. The solution is a combination of sequential images and a one-time numerical code. GOTPass, also called Graphical One Time Password, debuted on Christmas Day in a blog from local media officer Alan Williams. The blog included statements from participants in the Ph.D. study at the university’s Centre for Security Communication and Network…
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Lester Coleman is a veteran business journalist based in the United States. He has covered the payments industry for several years and is available for writing assignments.