“US House Rep on cyber committees tweets Gmail password, PIN in Capitol riot lawsuit outrage” https://www.theregister.com/2021/06/07/brooks_gmail_password/
It says “Brooks, who sits on the House’s Cyber, Innovative Technologies, and Information Systems subcommittee, and the Science, Space, and Technology committee, tweeted a photo from an iPad of his Windows computer, attached to which was a piece of paper with login credentials written on it.”
Being vulnerable to abuse does not mean being detrimental, just as an army vulnerable to air strike is not detrimental.
Removing the password altogether would only destroy identity security, just as the removal of an army would destroy national defense.
The password headache could be mitigated if our passwords to be fed for login are made of two components — one half to recall and the other half to recover from a memo or device.
This is actually what I am practicing for feeding 200-bit strong passwords every day at present, that is, until our leak-free password manager is put on the market.
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For Achieving Solid Digital Identity on Information Security Buzz (Mar/2021)
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