The password is probably the best known concept in computing. Probably you will only find people who don't know the word in the most remote areas around the globe. Even the Romans were known to use passwords to guard entry to secure their army camps. After a few thousand years you would have thought that passwords might have been replaced by something more suited to the times. And we all know that this is not the case. Most of us still use passwords every time we use a computer. As much as we dislike them, passwords are everywhere. So far so bad. But why should we care? Many of today's most successful and common attacks on businesses succeed because passwords on their own are such a catastrophic way of protecting personal accounts.
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