Leak-Prone or Leak-Proof ?
A friend referred me to this report — “LastPass developer systems hacked to steal source code” https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/lastpass-developer-systems-hacked-to-steal-source-code/
Conventional password managers give us a nice convenience, which comes at a big price of creating a single point of failure similar to putting all the eggs in a single basket.
If broken/hacked, we would have to worry about the possibilities of the loss/theft of all the eggs/passwords. Should it actually happen, none could be free of panic; It could be a catastrophic disaster for many of us.
Exactly against this backdrop, we have been developing a new-breed of leak-proof password manager, with which passwords get generated on-the-fly from citizens’ non-volatile episodic memory, get eliminated when the program is shut down and get re-generated when the passwords are required next time. What does not exist anywhere in the world cannot be stolen.
Interested to know more? Further details are provided on the top page of our website — https://www.mnemonicidentitysolutions.com/
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