Entries by Jonathan

Wired.com thinks password complexity is bogus

We wrote an article yesterday about password security.  I just read an article on wired.com about how password complexity may not be all that much safer than a simple password.  The article is here. The main points in the article are saying that it doesn’t matter how secure your password is if the website who […]

How I ditched my reused password

It’s common to reuse passwords. Everyone does it. Don’t be one of those people. I’m a firm believer that security is indirectly proportional to convenience.  In other words, the more “secure” something is, the less “convenient” it is to get access to.  Naturally, the opposite applies.  It’s very convenient to say that you only have […]

Back to Basics

There comes a time when things get cluttered and you really need to reel them back to basics. This website is one of those times. It’s time to keep things simple. Weed about all the fluff and just focus on what matters most: the message. What am I trying to say? My message is simple. […]