Threat Bigger than Quantum Computer
We today take up this report “NSA: We 'don't know when or even if' a quantum computer will ever be able to break today's public-key encryption” https://www.theregister.com/2021/09/01/nsa_quantum_computing_faq/
Conclusion of this report: “In a world where users will divulge their passwords in return for chocolate or in response to an enticing phishing email, the risk of quantum computers might not be our biggest threat.”
Don’t be so reckless, however, as to jump to such a ridiculous conclusion that we would achieve a more secure world by dumping the password altogether. It would only be pathetically suicidal as examined here – “Remove the army and we will have a stronger national defense”
The threat possibly bigger than the quantum computer is not the use of the password, but the non-use of the practicable password. Here is our solution –https://www.linkedin.com/posts/hitoshikokumai_mnemonic-identity-solutions-activity-6815444973333434368-prkp"> “Torturous login is history”
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