posted on Feb, 17 2005 @ 12:23 PM
I'm not sure the point of this. If a "password" is generated with this concept, there are a lot of variables that need to be accounted for. One of
the most important, is quality (and cleanliness) of the keyboard,. One damaged, or evel slightly slow key, would either lock you out of they system,
or not allow you in if the "password" was generated with the sticky keyboard.
Sorry to say it, but people need to quit being lazy. No one allows a construction worker to not understand all about the crane he is operating, but we
allow computer users to have no care or responsibility about securing their systems. The simple ideas using "strong" passwords, work well enough.
Physical security, and well-patched and updated systems, completes the rest.
Any individual or entity who cracks past the above, will get past *anything* eventually. The trick is, well, keep your critical stuff from even
looking like a target.