Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Inkblot for a password hint?

Microsoft thinks so — Researchers at Microsoft are using inkblots, similar to the way Rorschach Inkblot tests are used, as visual queues to help users create and remember passwords. A user associates a word with each inkblot, such as bird or shield, and then enters the first and last letter of their word. A set of 10 images creates a 20-character password.

Read the article HERE.

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