Consumers would prefer to use the same one or two passwords for all websites they access and have little interest in using password management solutions or adopting a federated identity framework, such as OpenID, according to a survey released Tuesday from Gartner. Four thousand U.S. adults polled in September said they are unwilling to sacrifice convenience for security, consistent with previous findings. As a result, site owners must provide a "compelling justification" for customers to use additional security, according to Gartner. — DK