Interesting. I'd like to use something like this to create a unique username using something like my name, date of birth, or PGP key. Did you ever get anywhere with implementing this?
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Thanks for the comment.
This is still in progress, and I am intending to publish some more on it within the next few weeks.
- An idea for public key authentication from a name without certificates or central authority May 2021 Stephen Hewitt
- How to remember a provably strong password: a new way using ‘constrained choice’ July 2018, Stephen Hewitt. The 2nd Clarion data privacy article
- How to remember a 128-bit key using ‘constrained choice’ August 2018, Stephen Hewitt. The 3rd Clarion data privacy article
- A simple way to represent cryptographic key fingerprints 7 June 2020, Stephen Hewitt. The 5th Clarion data privacy article
- Ghacks article: Use Fingerprints to determine the authenticity of an Internet website Martin Brinkmann, Ghacks, 27 July 2013
- HAL article: Consonant-Vowel-Consonants for Error-Free Code Entry Nikola Blanchard, Leila Gabasova, Ted Selker, HAL, 25 February 2020
- Behavior Research Methods article: Wuggy: A multilingual pseudoword generator Emmanuel Keuleers and Marc Brysbaert, Behavior Research Methods, 2010 (PDF SHA256 19713a1f426b824b743c55d8c1d38703f56526da54b8990bc58a43642524ee59)