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RE: Multi-Factor Authentication Concern
From: zenmasterbob123 () gmail com
Date: 10 Aug 2007 17:50:29 -0000
The only way I can think of that this would be of any use at all, and this is stretching it, is if Jim, Mike, and Sally
are part of some kind of three-person intergity plan. If you have something so significant that it is too sensitive to
trust to only two people, and you don't want any single person to be able to access it on their own, you might set up
something where NONE of them can get in without Jim's card, Mike's eyeball, and Sally's number sequence.
However, that really isn't what most people are talking about when they refer to multi-factor authentication.