If you are not using lastpass to manage your passwords, you should. I had written some blog articles on lastpass. Now lastpass has added support for using Google Authenticator as the second factor in multi-factor authentication. The first factor in the 2-factor authentication is “what you know” which is a password — the ... read more
About a year ago, I had sung praises of lastpass in my blog article. Yesterday, lastpass said that based on some traffic anomalies, they suspect that part of the encrypted database may have been retrieved by the bad guys. You may know about this as lastpass is asking every user to a) validate their ... read more
The number of passwords one needs to remember just keeps going up. My initial solution of storing them in an encrypted file was obviously not very convenient. I used keypass for a while. But I wanted a solution that can be used from any browser. I found lastpass and it is just the perfect solution. ... read more
name.com is a registrar that provides private whois service. On their web site they say:
Name.com offers Private Whois Service to protect your online identity. With Private Whois, you can hide your contact information from the public but still receive emails to your personal email address.
But when you go to name.com and click on ... read more