Passwords are a common feature of our long history with internet sites and usage. But as technology develops, so do the various ways in which we use and interact with our digital accounts and websites.
Updates occur not only to improve user experience, but also to improve security measures and protect private data.
Cybersecurity experts are pushing us towards eliminating online passwords altogether, not in a bid to make the internet an open and unsafe space—but in a bid to improve security measures and strengthen private accounts against hackers and cyber criminals.
Individuals and businesses alike are being urged to drop passwords and opt for strong security measures such as two-factor authentication, and other biometric options such as finger-print or face-id.
Unfortunately, passwords aren’t that hard to crack. And what makes it worse is that individuals often use easy to guess passwords, or they have the same password across every single account they...