how can you verify that the site you get is not a fake?
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Mon Jun 6 22:07:00 UTC 2005
On Monday 06 June 2005 18:15, Andy Green wrote:
> |>the obvious solution (at least to me...) is to get rid of the need for a
> |>user to use the keyboard for entering the password....
> Here's an idea... you expect the site to challenge YOU for your password
> before giving you access, right? Well keep that, but register a second
> password with the site when you join it, and the site has to show it to
> you over https before you will believe it is the site that you
> originally joined ;-)
Cool! I like that.
Say... this system isn't pattented is it? I am thinking of incorporating it
in my products.
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