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Topic Title: Log in
Topic Summary: Still not working despite fiddling with passwords!
Created On: 05 October 2017 07:40 AM
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AJJewsbury

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Well the best way is to keep the hashing code on your USB key, perhaps with a pin access! Then you can use any computer.

Oh no you can't - lots of organisations while happy to let you use their PCs absolutely prohibit removable media - not to mention tablets and phones that don't have a full size USB port. Or the challenge of hashing software that'll work on any OS/processor/architecture. That's the big advantage of a memorable password (or passphrase) - it's just as transportable and compatible as you are.

I have all my savings quite successfuly protected by a 4 digit PIN

But only if you have your card at the same time - the PIN is just half of a two-token system - something you have and something you know.

- Andy.
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