Problem: Passwords are getting ‘stolen’ even faster than they are (used to be) guessed. By ‘stolen’ I mean taken, en mass, from some site (cf. the Sony fiasco some years ago). This actual happens all the time – usually unreported because what doctor’s office has intrusion detection on their in-house network?!? So here’s a way to make an easy-to-remember, strong password that is unique to every website you’ll visit. (more…)
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How to create a secure, strong, easy-to-remember password that is still unique every place it is usedPosted: 2014/06/10 in HTML / HTML5, Uncategorized
Developed this really slick, internal website where I use a ton of AJAX calls to constantly load next-steps into the browser. I’m using this as a way to make the screen much easier to use — instead of a large number of form-fields to fill out, the user is only given what is needed right-now, then, given what’s needed next in a contextually relevant way (thereby not even having/displaying fields that are irrelevant to the circumstance).
And then I tried it all in IE. Ugh. Finally got it to work (CSS hacks and all), only to have formatted text have its tags stripped. Instead of having a heading-line followed by an unordered list, I got plain text. PLAIN text. Grrr. (more…)