Mobile security service lets users mix and match verification tools

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Password management is a challenge whose difficulty increases with each new app or account we add to our lives, but San Francisco-based PassBan has created a solution that takes a different approach. Rather than endlessly coming up with new passwords that are neither too easy to crack nor too difficult to remember, users of PassBan's Passboard service can choose a combination of authentication methods and use the one that makes the most sense at any given moment. Now in beta, Passboard is a free service that focuses on protecting mobile apps and sites using multi-factor verification security. Users begin by…

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