Deciding between self-hosting a Bitwarden server or KeePass/KeePassXC as your password manager? The decision comes down to security, complexity, and backups.
A review/critique of the complexity, security, and unpredictable user experience of modern feature-laden copy–paste clipboards in today’s operating systems.
An investigation and comparison into how KeePass-compatible password manager apps for Android handle external changes to an unlocked password vault database.
Plan for the day your password manager stops working. Backing up your password manager is harder that it sounds.
The recall of the Feitian MultiPass FIDO security key demonstrates why you always should use multiple security key products from different vendors.
Bitwarden has fixed the security issues outlined in my Bitwarden review. I also discuss some missing features from LastPass and issues with the Android app.
How to use U2F security keys with Firefox and Google’s Advanced Account Protection.
Here’s why I stopped using LastPass and moved all my passwords and notes to the open-source Bitwarden password manager instead.
Twitter-to-email-newsletter service Topical exposes its users’ subscriptions and interests through poor security practices.
Ads had promised me that Hover.com was a great domain registrar. Trusting them to handle my domains turned out to be a big mistake.
Set up syncing with your CalDAV and CardDAV accounts with the built-in Windows 10 Calendar and Contacts apps.
LastPass has won the trust of millions of users worldwide. But have they demonstrated that they deserve that trust?
Stop relying on IP addresses not changing in an IPv6-enabled world were devices randomly change their address at least once a day.
There weren’t really any games released for the Xbox One Kinect, and Microsoft is slowly killing it off.
The screen is off. You type your password out of habit and hit Enter. You may now accidentally have sent it somewhere it doesn’t belong.
EA’s Origin game client puts customer’s security and privacy at risk. Fails to encrypt login data and direct messages exchanged between users.
Windows 10 introduces a new feature that freely shares all your Wi-Fi passwords with your Outlook, Skype, and Facebook contacts.
Windows has become your password manager, but it also syncs all your credentials to Microsoft. Should you trust it with the keys to your digital kingdom?
You shouldn’t use a Windows Administrative account for your everyday use. Setup one basic and one admin account to increase security.