According to a recent PC Mag survey of 1,041 adults age 18 or older in the US, 70% of the respondents admitted they use the same password for more than one thing—sometimes (25%), most of the time (24%), or all of the time (21%). That means that when someone gets your password for just one service, they have your password for everything. Since most online accounts assign your email address as a username, it doesn’t take a robot to crack that code.
We think that moving away from traditional alphanumeric passwords is the answer to better cybersecurity. Our authentication solution, SafeLogin™, displays a one-time keypad to users when accessing a system.
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PC Mag article: https://uk.pcmag.com/password-managers/135773/stop-using-the-same-password-on-multiple-sites-no-really