The inventor of the computer password in the world died
Reporter: Imran Khorasani
One of the most influential people in the world of computer security and computer inventor at the age of 93, Fernando J. Corbató, died.
He was known as the father of making passwords to computers.
According to foreign media sources, Fernando was known as Corbató, an MIT researcher, and the first person to protect the idea of protecting computer accounts while introducing the “Compatible Time-Sharing System (CTSS)” to the world. Security. He made many inventions in the computer world, including a computer password, an adaptive subscription operating system at the age of 93.