global password strategies
wjgo_10009 at btinternet.com
Thu Apr 14 07:31:24 CDT 2022
Peter Constable wrote:
> And Windows has had this type of authentication UI since Windows 8:
> it’s called “picture password”.
Until I read that sentence I had never known of "picture password".
As far as I can tell the nearest presently existing Microsoft facility
on my laptop computer that is running Windows 10 to what I am suggesting
is the on-screen keyboard facility.
The facility that I am suggesting would work in a similar way to the
Microsoft on-screen keyboard in that the response to a click on a glyph
would output a Unicode character. The difference being that each of the
characters available would be an emoji character, thus a
script-independent and language independent character.
Maybe a copy of the source code of the Microsoft on-screen keyboard
could be adapted to produce what I am suggesting, just changing the
layout and changing the set of characters that can be keyed.
As I cannot do that myself I am not going to speculate upon how
difficult that would be to do by a person expert in that type of
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