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How (badly) broken is the web?

How (badly) broken is the web?

... #1The author of "Weapons of Math Descruction" (Cathy O'Neil) raises the alarm - we not only generate, but also process more & more data. Usually in a non-transparent, unclear way - the consequences of mistakes or imperfections (e.g. over-simplification)…

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If you haven't noticed yet, passwords are dead - part II

This post is a continuation of previous post, please find the part I here Ok, so my password may have leaked - what's a big deal? What if it was a meaningless password to the minor site, bound with account…

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If you haven't noticed yet, passwords are dead - part I

No more slacking and delaying the unevitable, this weekend I've migrated fully to cloud password manager. It doesn't mean I didn't use it before - for over a year I was using KeePass with DropBox synchronization, but even if I…

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Microsoft vs Security - surprise?

Every now and then, someone wonders why I bother myself with Microsoft technologies in enterprise environment - "everyone knows that Microsoft software is buggy, prone to malware, viruses and exploits". Obviously, reasons of such thinking come from the times of…

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