REMME has Invented Next-Gen Protection Online—and Passwords are Now Obsolete
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No More Passwords? Ever?
Your grandmother doesn’t want to have to remember a password that is 17 characters long, let alone a password that contains both numbers and letters, and special characters. So, she simply types “123” into her password field every time she checks her credit online.
But—in 2017, a little accident occurred at Equifax, and grandma’s information was sold on the black market. She was left completely vulnerable, and her private information was probably viewed by hundreds if not thousands of people with less than stellar intent.
With REMME, grandma would never have this problem again. But—let’s talk about a few problems usernames and passwords give us, first.
What is the first thing you think of when you hear the company name “Equifax”? For over 143 million US customers, Equifax will forever be associated with colossal personal data theft.
But, as costly as this is over the course of one incident, since there are millions and millions of instances of attempted potential username and password theft happening all the time. A study published by Google and Berkeley researchers found that between March 2016 and March 2017, 788,000 people were victims of keyloggers, 12.4 million people were victims of phishing kits, and 1.9 billion usernames and passwords were compromised in data breaches and sold on the black market.
So much for Internet security, it seems.
As holders of usernames and passwords, however, we are partly to blame. Top passwords across the world show that common offenders like “123456,” “password,” “abc123” and other rather bland and obvious passwords are used in alarming percent of the time. In fact, people treat their passwords with little care. For a long time, many online social media accounts held the password “homelesspa,” as a joke—but today, in an age where predators are out there stealing private information left and right, no one is laughing.
If we are to take this data seriously, then our society as a whole is in serious need of a username and password security upgrade – and, at this point, another software update isn’t going to cut it. We need a reinvention, we need innovation, and we need a completely new way of accessing our information.
That revolution is REMME.
REMME is getting rid of passwords entirely, and using block chain technology has and was and machine authentication across all systems, all over the world. Ready for the brief, and important, technical part? REMME uses a Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security certificate for every single connected device. These certificates are stored via block chain, which creates a permanent, fixed record for authentication anytime someone wants to access their information from their device. Fake certificates will never work for your device, if they can even be created, at all.
This eliminates the threat of phishing, brute force data steals, bucket brigades, keylogging, server breaches, password breaches, and more.
With REMME, your data is now perfectly secure.
Using block chain technology, REMME has made personal credentials immune to cyber attacks. Without the existence of username and password databases, digital thieves and hackers have nowhere to go, and nothing to target. Servers containing these databases simply don’t exist, permanently removing the vulnerability usernames and passwords give our most personal information.
Next time you want to access your personal data, all you have to do is use your device and click using two-factor authentication.
Now, here’s the next big question: How can you make REMME your next big investment. It’s no secret that something like username and password-free authentication is going to be widely adopted across the world.
Since block chain is empowering this movement, REMME will generating one billion REM Tokens, with 50% up for sale. As a utility token, REM Tokens will power all operations within the REMME ecosystem. That means your investment will be capitalizing on the usage of the SSL system and overall block chain application REMME is putting forward.
The minds behind REMME have been the impetus behind major block chain security systems, like the Emercoin block chain with Telegram 2FA, and again with Bitcoin, using Telegram 2FA.
REMME is their new venture—and the new way block chain technology is changing the world. To get involved, go online to tokensale.remme.io, today!