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Logging In With a Touch or a Phrase (anything but a Password)

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Touch-recognition password

One touch-recognition password involves turning an image of a combination lock 90 degrees.

Credit: Fred R. Conrad / The New York Times

Passwords are a pain to remember. What if a quick wiggle of five fingers on a screen could log you in instead? Or speaking a simple phrase?

From The New York Times
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