I am a Sr. Software Developer. Three years ago, I watched a PBS TV show called "Rise of the Hackers", in which it was about the Internet vulnerability and declared that the traditional password was a weak link in cybersecurity. That inspired me to do something to solve this problem, so I came up with a solution called GATE: Graphic Access Tabular Entry.
GATE is an interception-resistant user authentication system, which means that even if someone intercepts you / sees you when you log in [assume that he sees / save all the details of your authentication], he will still not know what your password is. infos, demos and videos on my website: https://www.gatecybertech.com
GATE can use short and easy-to-remember access codes to prevent stealth, keylogging, phishing and dictionary attacks.
The GATE system can be used for: access through the door, a safe, a computer, a mobile phone, an internet connection, an ATM machine, an weapons system, facilities [infrastructure] …
Here is some information about password issues:
Anyone interested can try the GATE code system:
Live demonstration site 1: https://gatecybertech.net [saved data]
Live demonstration site 2: https://gate-web.herokuapp.com/index.jsp [data deleted during the night]
Do not hesitate to share the above information with anyone who could benefit from it.
There is a hacker attack every 39 seconds: https://www.cybintsolutions.com/cyber-security-facts-stats/
Pirated passwords are responsible for 81% of data breaches: https://www.cso.com.au/mediareleases/29642/hacked-passwords-cause-81-of-data-breaches/
The average total cost of a data breach is $ 3.92 million: https://www.ibm.com/security/data-breach
In the past year, GATE has won 5 international cyber security awards.
I wonder what you think of this innovation. All comments are welcomed.