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 article is intended for non-tech people to understand what password cracking is and how it can put you at risk. If you think it's useful share it with your less tech savvy friends.
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
This is the first of a series of short posts to debunk security myths and misconceptions. In today's blog i'm going to explain why writing down passwords is not bad. Had me interested
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,