Power LogOn vs. hackers

Tech brief | Power Logon Version 4.0 smart card allows users to assign, change and save as many as 100 secure user names and passwords

Access Smart LLC has announced the release of Power Logon Version 4.0, a smart card that allows users to assign, change and save as many as 100 secure user names and passwords. Power LogOn enables users to generate and store random, 20-character passwords derived from the 94 available keyboard characters. Users can also assign their own passwords and can store them on their card, hidden from prying eyes. If a card is lost or stolen, all smart-card data will lock up after the user's personal identification number is incorrectly entered three times. The new version offers greater speed and broader support for card readers.

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