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15 Set/10

Work Smart Video: Easily and Securely Save Passwords

Work Smart Video: Easily and Securely Save Passwords

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); When it comes to storing passwords, I’ve been a KeePass fan and user for years now, but when Leo Laporte told me he uses LastPass, I had to check it out. I don’t love the idea of syncing my password file to a third-party web site–I’m that paranoid–but it is a total pain to cart around my KeePass database file. Now that I’ve tried LastPass, I’m sold–well, for my lower-security logins,...

21 Ott/09

The Power User’s Guide to Google Chrome, 2009 Edition [Google Chrome]

The Power User’s Guide to Google Chrome, 2009 Edition [Google Chrome]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Google Chrome has come a long way in the past year, steadily adding subtle but useful features for power users. Let’s take a fresh look at Chrome’s current offerings—especially for those willing to brave its early developer builds. Not long after Chrome’s release, our 2008 Chrome Power User’s Guide covered its best features for savvy surfers, such as keyboard shortcuts and startup switches....

14 Set/09

Use Dropbox for More Than Just File Syncing [Dropbox]

Use Dropbox for More Than Just File Syncing [Dropbox]

Ever since Lifehacker turned me on to Dropbox, it’s become one of the most essential pieces in my daily workflow. Sure it syncs files extremely well, but Dropbox is an excellent tool for so much more. Dropbox, at its core, is a simple file synchronization utility that stores your data in the cloud and makes it accessible across Windows, Mac, and Linux machines—or via the web interface from any browser. What sets Dropbox apart from other file syncing tools is that changes are...


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27 Ago/09

Remains of the Day: Hide Your Passwords "On" a Floppy Disk Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Hide Your Passwords "On" a Floppy Disk Edition [For What It’s Worth]

The Snow Leopard gold master build is confirmed, an experimental Firefox extension automatically translates any web page on-the-fly, the Free Software Foundation wants you to trash Windows, and office workers beg for some IT freedom. passwords on floppy disk It’s not as secure as, say, encrypting your passwords with KeePass, but a floppy disk is certainly a clever hiding place. [Hack a Day] Unchain the Office Computers! Slate’s Farhad Manjoo defends the office worker against...

1 Lug/09

Password Recovery Questions Make Online Accounts Vulnerable

Password Recovery Questions Make Online Accounts Vulnerable

Password recovery questions are great to recover a forgotten password in a matter of seconds. All that needs to be done is to answer the password recovery question to receive a new password in the email inbox. This does however make email hacking a profitable business as email accounts are usually connected to online stores and other web services. Attackers with access to a compromised email account only need to answer the secret question to retrieve the password of the web account. This...