I'm not a LastPass user but this tweet from Sean Wright caught my attention. Just as I thought… LastPass considers a user enumeration issue to be an informational issue (and hence not interested)
This tweet from Rachel Tobac, a renowned social engineer, inspired me to write a short blog post. I also talked about the concept of password manager salting with @dashlane. Here’s even more
This was exactly what I tweeted earlier today. And I got some interesting reactions which made me decide to do a short write-up. The most secure passwords are the ones you can’t
On May 7 it was World Password Day. A day on which a lot of awareness about password security is shared. A lot of good advice but unfortunately also a lot of misleading,
Browsers by default offer you to store the usernames and passwords you enter on websites. This might be very convenient. But can you trust browser password managers to store your passwords?