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I switched to Pentadactyl because of passkeys, but now Vimperator has ignorekeys which I think might actually be even better.

My guess is they've chosen a passkey outside the range of the existing SHA-1 rainbow tables, but it might be worth a try.

I think I need that for myself: still scared I'll forget a password or passkey somewhere, or forget what that one really long password is for.

If the email doesn't include the passkey, the user would receive a "click link to publish" email.

You could have a login screen that emails you a logon link containing a passkey or something and you can use that to authenticate?

Look for ":set passkeys"

It doesn't just work by reading a passkey.

And then you'd have to hope that the 1 in 1e100 chance doesn't come along where your passkey changes your hard drive into a Windows 95 computer filled with US nuclear secrets.

WPA2 is in fact quite secure if you're careful about your passkey and who you give it to.

I hadn't looked at password managers before I built PassKey.

Bottom line: PassKey was created purely to give you a button in your browser that you click on and it signs you in to the website you're on.

Or requiring that all passkeys be registered, and all be stored on an LE database, and where a nefarious user can capture hundreds or thousands of keys...

So yes, they can and most likely do encrypt it in some way, but in order for their server to be able to decrypt it when using it, they must naturally have to have the decryption code/passkey/etc stored on the server.

There are similar services (Last Pass, Passpack -- in my opinion both much more bloated than PassKey) which are businesses (whether successful or not -- I don't know.

WPA: yes the 4-way handshake needs to be captured, and can be compared to a rainbow table (fast) however (and if i understand correctly) if it is not in the table you can then throw computing power at it to bruteforce it (slowly)Yes its really slow, and would take practically forever for any reasonably long/secure passkey, but it is possible and only going to get easier as time goes on.

If a guest has a problem, everyone at the desk knows the passkey, and they can help them on.

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