Unhackable Passwords

A simple way to convert a weak password into 100 super strong passwords

Passwords and quantum computers

A simple way to create multi-factor authentication with dynamical passwords

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The main advantages of dynamical passwords over passwords in encrypted files are:
-they are not based on encryption algorithms, therefore they are ready for the era of quantum computers;
-passwords are not stored in any place, therefore they can not be hacked, broken, stolen, damaged, confiscated, etc.;
-users do not need master passwords to manage their other passwords;
-users do not need to install, synchronize, update, etc. any software;
-users can convert a weak password into 100 strong passwords;
-users can access private DPGs from any device connected to internet via a web browser;
-simplification of management of multiple passwords for multiple accounts;
-simplification of changes of multiple passwords to multiple accounts;
-each user gets a unique private dynamical passwords generator (DPG), which generates unique set of passwords for each user.

With dynamical passwords any person/business/organization can decrease costs on cyber security in preparation for the coming recession, but at the same time to increase cyber security via reducing risks of passwords to be hacked.

DPGs provide a simple and secure passwords generation and management for lazy, busy and/or non tech-savvy people.

No logins.

No software installations, synchronizations, updating, upgrading, etc.

No master passwords.

Not saved in any place. Outside of a time interval when passwords are generated and used they do not exist in the real world, therefore it is not possible to hack something that does not exist in the real world.

With a single click generate 100 super strong different passwords for 100 online accounts.

An ability to create unhackable passwords (see ).

An ability to create multi factor authentication (MFA see ).

An ability to convert easy to remember information (for example, name, birthday, etc.) into 100 super strong different passwords for 100 accounts;

A simple way to solve password reuse, credential stuffing, and password spraying problems

A simple way to solve the password fatigue problem

Mitigate risks and dangers of passkeys and other credential free login methods

A simple way to reduce risk of data breaches in organizations and businesses

A simple way to protect multiple content files

A simple way to protect any business from BEC attacks

Ready for the era of quantum computers.

For a single key generate a unique sequence of different strong passwords, which can be changed even on daily basis.

Accessible from any device connected to internet via a web browser.

For businesses/organizations DPGs allow to solve the following problems:

-increase cyber security;

-strengthen data protection/privacy;

-reduce passwords fatigue;

-reduce credential stuffing risk;

-mitigate passwords reuse problem;

-mitigate passwords spraying problem;

-reduce risk of BEC hacks;

-simplify secure management of digital assets and information;

-reduce costs (an average cost of traditional password managers is $36/year per user. A private DPG costs $19/year per user, which reduce costs on over 45%).

Recent news on passwords

Recent study found that:
-the passwords 'vacation' and 'ready2go' are among the top picks in the financial sector;
-32% of passwords contain a direct reference to the company (i.e., the name or its variation);
-'Dummies' was among the most common passwords in the consumer goods industry.

According to the Inc. Magazine, experts estimate that 100 passwords get stolen every 1 second, around 8 million per day. In reality, it can be even worse.

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