A demo for a new method of using passwords/PINs that is far more resistant to both social hacking and otherwise.
Objective-C C++
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English.lproj
PasswordDemo.xcodeproj
.DS_Store
PasswordDemo-Info.plist
PasswordDemoAppDelegate.h
PasswordDemoAppDelegate.m
PasswordDemo_Prefix.pch
Point.h
Point.m
README
TextMateProject.tmproj
main.m

README

This is a demo for a type of password that is very resistant to hacking.

The code is Objective-C for Mac OS X. It requires 10.5 (Leopard) or 
above and should be compiled using Xcode with the Xcode project file 
included.

I do not take credit for the concept, however if you use any of this code
in your own projects please credit me. If you use the code or the concept
in any projects, I would really appreciate it if you could email me to let
me know as I am keen on following the use of this type of password.

If you use this project or want to support it for any reason, you can donate
to help fund the coffee that keeps me running :)

Author: Dan Palmer
Email: dan.palmer@me.com

TODO
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 - Add the ability to change the password pattern.

 - Create a Mac OS security plugin to allow users to have this as their
   password authentication on their system.