Brit boffin patents 'perfect' password

Friday, 31 May 2002, 12:02 PM EST

Martin Wren-Hilton said that using simple printed cards with a unique combination of words and numbers will make people's choice of password more sophisticated.

Employees will be given a card with a list of simple words and five-digit numbers. When they log in they will be asked to enter the number associated with one of the words on the card.

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