Its branch computer security lost one of its founders. Fernando "Corby" Corbato, who discovered computer codes, has died at the age of 93. His researcher MIT has devised the concept of user accounts protected by password. “It was just a matter of creating 'partitioning' and protecting it private life", Corbato told the Wall Street Journal in an interview in 2014, a breakthrough that will help shape digital security today.
Corbato had made other pioneering efforts. The CTSS concurrency model reduced the waiting time for computer responses from hours to seconds, making the technology more practical. The Multics time sharing system, meanwhile, has paved the way for the future Operating Systems As the Linux with finer privacy controls, a hierarchical file system, and other features that people view today.
He is also behind the "Corbato Law", which claims that the developers they will write the same percentage code regardless of the language they use. He chose the use of higher-level languages to stop being the time-consuming process.
Corbato, in his later years, knew that passwords had their problems - the Internet made those links a "nightmare", he said. It's no secret that the industry is moving away from passwords so as to prevent them account hijackers as well as to make users' lives even easier. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that Corbato's work contributed to the creation of the fundamental elements of modern computing.