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Bill Gates: The password is dead
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 11/17/2004 05:41:00 PM.

Smart cards and 64-bit computing are the future of IT, according to the crystal ball gazing predictions of Microsoft chairman Bill Gates.

Speaking at Microsoft's annual IT Forum in Copenhagen today, Microsoft's head honcho pronounced the password officially dead and smart cards as the way forward - for the business world and Redmond alike. Gates described identity management as a "significant source of IT complexity" and predicted that one of the largest security woes for modern computer users - phishing could be scuppered if systems were configured correctly.

"There are a lot of cases of people trying to break into identity systems...if we have identity systems set up properly, we should be able to authenticate which sites you want to give information to... and prevent those phishing people from being effective," he said.

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