Yeah it's a security thing I think, mostly. The weakest link in the
security chain always seems to be the password, or, really, what's between
the chair and the keyboard. It kind of takes the weakest link out of the
Yes, there are things called corporations, which revolve around servers and
workstations. These workstations must have access to file/print/mail/etc.
servers and this needs to be done securely lest someone get into your
network. So people who work at said corporation have to have a password or
the fingerprint scanner to log on and use the network resources. This is
how it works in a place where you are not the only one who needs access to
the server resources. When it comes to being connected to the outside world
through the internet, a locked door is about as useful as a fish riding a
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