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Inkblot passwords

Wednesday 30 July 2003
Adam Stubblefield, an intern with Microsoft Research, thought that our ability to tell ourselves unique stories about inkblots might be a secret key to a strong digital lock​—​the online password. [from research.microsoft.com via kottke.org].

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