Passwords, while serving a crucial role in identity, have unfortunately morphed into the dreaded necessary evil territory. This is easily illustrated by the breadth of its frustration. The bane of IT admins, security teams, and yes, even the everyday user, is passwords. For users, gripes revolve around complexity, length, and duration. End-users in corporate environments are grumbling about unique (not likely), 15-character passwords that have to be changed every other month.