Thursday, October 25, 2007

Visual passwords may aid people with disabilities

New software may soon allow users to draw visual passwords on touch-sensitive mobile phones and computers rather than typing text. The passwords should be more secure and also aid people with dyslexia and other disabilities that make remembering a text password more difficult. Switched/AOL News

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