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    The classic username+password authentication to an account is only as secure as the security and complexity of the password. Passwords can be stolen or forgo?en, and can place an unnecessary burden on support departments to reset passwords or to delete and recreate accounts. People are notoriously terrible at remembering complex passwords, so we tend to make them easier to remember—and easier to guess. Then we make it worse by reusing the same passwords in multi?ple locations.

    A lack of secure end-user passwords is the number one reason accounts are compromised. Weak or stolen user credenti?als are exploited in 76% of all network breaches.* For this reason, many organization have ins?tituted two-factor authentication using hardware tokens.

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