It’s known that episodic memories are easily changeable.

What we remember as our experience may have been transformed and not objectively factual. But it would not matter for identity authentication.

What we subjectively remember as our episodic memory could suffice.

From confidentiality’s point of view, it could be even better than objectively factual memories since no clues are given to attackers.

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*P10 of “Fend Off Cybercrime with Episodic Memory”

https://www.slideshare.net/HitoshiKokumai/slide-share-updated-fend-off-cybercrime-with-episodic-memory-29aug2022

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Being able to recall strong passwords is one thing. Being able to recall the relation between accounts and the corresponding passwords is another.

When unique matrices of images are allocated to different accounts, those unique image matrices will be telling you what images you should pick up as your password for this or that account.

When using images of our episodic memories, the Expanded Password System will thus free us from the burden of managing the relation between accounts and the corresponding passwords.

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*P9 of “Fend Off Cybercrime with Episodic Memory”

Website — https://www.mnemonicidentitysolutions.com/

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Hitoshi Kokumai

Hitoshi Kokumai

Advocate of ‘Identity Assurance by Our Own Volition and Memory’, Inventor of Expanded Password System and Founder of Mnemonic Identity Solutions Limited in UK.