James Gleick, New York Times
Who’s the boss of our fingers?
As Mat’s case demonstrated, we’re often only as safe and secure as our passwords.
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Daniel Jalkut, Red Sweater
Culturally and technologically, we have certainly come a long way from plain-text passphrases stored in a file, but it’s clear there is a lot more to be done. In the mean time, I’ll just be here fumbling with my phone every other minute, cursing Apple as I bask in a moderate sense of security for having jumped through all these hoops.