We want to type and remember fewer passwords.
We want a secure and convenient alternative.
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Top 5 Biggest
At the end of April, Living Social, a daily deals site, was hacked and lost names, e-mails and hashed passwords for up to 50 million users. Even worse — LivingSocial used a weak encryption method, which made user passwords easy to crack.
At the beginning of March, Evernote, a popular note-taking service, was hacked and lost usernames, emails, and hashed passwords for nearly 50 million users.
On May 29th, Drupal.org was breached and lost usernames, emails, and hashed passwords.
In early February, Twitter was breached and lost usernames, emails and hashed passwords for approximately 250,000 users.
What people are saying about replacing passwords.
Password-based user authentication is simply inadequate. Not only are passwords inherently insecure, they're a usability nightmare for everyone but the hackers that want them. It's time to evolve user authentication into the 21st century! The demise of passwords as our main form of authentication is an inevitability and we'll all be better off coming to terms with sooner rather than later.Geoff Sanders CEO & Co-Founder of LaunchKey
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On an average day, you type more than 5 passwords.
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