What ‘Image-to-Code Converter’ Offers to Global Population

Hitoshi Kokumai
2 min readOct 27, 2023

‘Image-to-Code Converter’ https://www.slideshare.net/HitoshiKokumai/imagetocode-converter-31july2023pptx

We have published a 9-page slide deck on ‘Image-to-Code Converter’. Here, let us refer to typical use cases -

‘Mnemonic Guard’ — Software of password generation for Windows login

A 32-digit password generated by our Converter will be handed to the login interface under Windows’ account management system — There is a single-user version and a multi-user version. There should be no problem to get it incorporated into Active Directory.

A derivative of the multi-user version is used by Japanese Army for the personnel responsible for encrypted data exchange on field communications vehicles since 2013. The number of licenses has since increased more than 10-fold and the same software is set to stay in use for 10 more years.

‘Mnemonic Gateways’ — Software of master-password generation for password manager with no password vault.

When logged-in to the software by picking up the registered images, a unique secret credential will be generated/re-generated from the image data on the fly.

Then, select the account requiring a password from the account list and the software will enable us to send out the user ID and the unique password generated/re-generated from the abovesaid secret credential to the login page of the target account.

This is our first software product to be put on the global market. The Beta is expected to be released within weeks.

You could freely experience the basic image-to-code conversion on the top page of our corporate website — https://www.mnemonicidentitysolutions.com/



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.