How to frustrate a user by asking hard questions instead of a password!
Added over 1 year ago | As appeared first on technologyreview.com | Author: Rachel Metz
Before you read this story, try to answer the following question: Who was the first person to text you today? Even if you can't remember, you can keep reading. But a group of researchers think that kind of question could eventually work as a simpler log-in method for some websites and services. The kinds of things you do regularly on your smartphone or computer may be easy for you to recall but difficult for a hacker to guess, they suggest. In a research project dubbed ActivPass, researchers ... Continue reading on www.technologyreview.com
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