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Let’s hope the most recent World Password Day is the last one we need

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It has become a cliché because — as is the case with most clichés — it’s true. You don’t bring a knife to a gunfight. Not if you want to have any hope of winning.

Even if that knife is cutting-edge technology, so to speak. Even if is perfectly balanced and you’ve been practicing throwing it for months. Because a guy with a gun can still take you…




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Taylor Armerding

Taylor Armerding

I’m a security advocate at the Synopsys Software Integrity Group. I write mainly about software security, data security and privacy.

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