Category Archives: Passwords

Passwords, to save (in browsers) or not to save….

Print PDFDear Mark, I was talking to a friend, Rick,  about security for  passwords on the laptop. He told me to go to Firefox. See Options, Security, Saved Logins and there were a whole list of my saved passwords for … Continue reading

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Hate passwords – love deterministic password generators

Print PDFA deterministic password generator allows you to remember one simplistic pass-phrase that you can remember for all your passwords but Unique passwords are generated for each site and logins you use They gives you the ability to rapidly change … Continue reading

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Two Factor Authentication

Print PDFTwo-factor simply means that there has to be something else other than a password entered when you log into a web site. Try this explanation by Brit Christopher Bernatt, missing the 1970’s Open University BBC 2 late spots, then … Continue reading

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If you use the Internet you really need to CHANGE all your passwords

Print PDFOK folks, call it what you want we’ve had a glorious data breach but accidental this time. Not on the scale of Yahoo! where the US equivalent of GCHQ forced the company to include a backdoor on their servers … Continue reading

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