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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In previous work we presented Pico, an authentication system designed to be both more usable and more secure than passwords. One unsolved problem was that Pico, in its quest to explore the whole solution space without being bound by compatibility shackles, requires changes at both the prover and the verifier, which makes it hard to convince anyone to adopt it: users won't buy an authentication gadget that doesn't let them log into anything and service providers won't support a system that nodoi:10.1007/978-3-319-12400-1_17 fatcat:2nhvihycf5gihgv4pahy5ohncy