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US carriers want to replace your passwords, what could go wrong?

[2018-09-13 16:56:39]

While AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are often battling for an edge over each other, the major US carriers have come together to create a new approach to password management as well as a more secure 2FA solution. Named Project Verify, the new collaboration has the goal of replacing individual passwords with an approach that offers more security and a simpler user experience.

US carriers want to replace your passwords, what could go wrong?


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