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Tell Us the Truth: Why Do You LOVE Passwords?

There must be <i>something</i> you appreciate about the humble password, right? Tell us what you think.

Edge Editors

April 23, 2021

1 Min Read
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As World Password Day fast approaches, the passwords of the world have nothing to celebrate. 

Those poor, miserable, unloved masses of passwords. They remember the days when they were so cool! The days when merely knowing a password made you cool. When a mysterious, croaky voice muttering "What's the password?" was the truest sign that one was about to have a very memorable evening. 

Now though ... now everyone says there are too many passwords! They say passwords can't be trusted! They say we should get rid of passwords altogether!  

Well, OK. Move to "passwordless authentication" if you must. But why not raise a glass and say a few kind words for the humble password before you lay it to rest? 

Send us your thoughts at [email protected] with the subject heading: "Why I like passwords," and they may appear in an upcoming Dark Reading article. If you would like to share but remain anonymous, please note that in your message. (Notes from "a secret admirer" will still be considered.)     

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