The world's first computer password? It was useless, too

Ars Technica: "If you’re like most people, you’re annoyed by passwords. You’ve got dozens to remember — some of them tortuously complex — and on any given day, as you read e-mails, send tweets, and order groceries online, you’re bound to forget one, or at least mistype it. You may even be one of those unfortunate people who’ve had a password stolen, thanks to the dodgy security on the machines that store them.

But who’s to blame? Who invented the computer password?"

Read Full Story >>
The story is too old to be commented.
Frederick_Bryant1729d ago SpamShow