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Here's Why [Insert Thing Here] Is Not a Password Killer
by Troy Hunt. Briefly, passwords have the great, perhaps insurmountable, advantage of being extremely easy to understand. Many alternatives to passwords are now competing in the marketplace, and many of these are in fact superior to passwords in many ways. But all of them are more difficult (usually *much* more difficult) to understand than passwords. Every person understands how a password works. That understanding does not, in general, lead people to good practice in *using* passwords, but everyone *understands* them and how they can be compromised. (Everyone understands that if someone else finds out your password, that person can “pretend to be you” by logging in to your account.)

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