I like innovation around security. I think folks are pretty lax about security, especially as it relates to passwords in the consumer market. I hope that someday we all look back and think of passwords as part of the quaint zeitgeist of the 2000s. If you have had trouble logging into accounts as I have, you would probably also be open to a finger *** to verify your identity. OK, maybe not that, but what ever happened to the whole retina scanning thing?
Anyway, we are getting closer on the password thing. I believe that innovation starts with changing the way we *think* about something. And blocking certain "popular" passwords makes sense to me. It's kind of the democratization of passwords. Or something like that.