Chances are you are familiar with the phenomenon called Game of Thrones. I expect that everybody who watches the series has a perspective and a preference on the person they wish to sit in the Iron Throne. But let's be honest; only science can forecast the outcome!
More than a year ago I wrote an article about how you should stop remembering passwords. A few smart people figured out that was I was suggesting, was equivalent to using a password manager. Without the hassle of using one and without the risk of your password manager being compromised. Smart, right?
Biometrics is supposed to be the ultimate solution for access control. It is also supposed to be the best replacement for passwords, not only from the security perspective, but also from the user-friendliness perspective. People don't have to cope with the strange (and inefficient) password rules that security used to push down their throats. So all is wonderful, and we should all be using biometrics now, right?
What do you do with your passwords? Are you one of the persons who are using a password manager for their web sites' credentials? Yes, me too.