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Google Authenticator for multi-factor authentication

Google Authenticator for multi-factor authentication

Posted Dec 7, 2011 17:42 UTC (Wed) by erwbgy (subscriber, #4104)
In reply to: Google Authenticator for multi-factor authentication by jzbiciak
Parent article: Google Authenticator for multi-factor authentication

Excellent description. It is also worth noting that biometrics are hard to forge but are not secrets and can be easily stolen

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Google Authenticator for multi-factor authentication

Posted Dec 15, 2011 14:18 UTC (Thu) by gvy (guest, #11981) [Link]

Biometrics are also being pushed down the general public's throat already through chipification, while Nuremberg process ruled out that enumeration of people is a non-expiring crime against humanity.

Google Authenticator for multi-factor authentication

Posted Dec 16, 2011 16:54 UTC (Fri) by mpr22 (subscriber, #60784) [Link]

Nuremberg process ruled out that enumeration of people is a non-expiring crime against humanity.

I'm having trouble parsing that, since the grammatical inconsistency is such as to make it impossible for me to tell what the intended meaning is. (And what does "enumeration of people" mean, beyond "assigning unique numbers to all members of a group of people"?)


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