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Weak authentication practices that rely on passwords for security have led to widespread data breaches and successful phishing attacks. Recent advances in the cost and usability of hardware security tokens have made the prospect of effectively augmenting password-based authentication or removing it altogether a possibility. To actualize this, a paradigm change in how people learn to authenticate accounts on-line must occur. Towards this end, we describe a curriculum to teach high-schooldoi:10.1145/3328778.3372665 dblp:conf/sigcse/FengLHHLD20 fatcat:uql3w74favbebn4effgo336i6a