There is no enforced standard for passwords for a web site, so they can be all over the place for requirements. Nor do sites typically explain what are the exact standards before a failure. And then most will state the minimum and types of characters. But, too many leave out the maximum number of characters allowed so… Continue reading LastPass feature request
Doing a training thing for work next week. The training coordinator sent an email to 25 of us about how to access the learning portal. The username is email and password is a single word with an exclamation point. My first instinct was get in ASAP and change the password since so many other people… Continue reading Scary Password Policy
This deadtroll video has been around for quite a long time… Last week I heard how Youtube does automatic closed captioning. So I was curious and turned it on for this video. How terrible!
(This assumes a WordPress.org site not one on Wordress.com hosting.) Placing your username and password in the database of third party sites is not very good. If the account provided is the WordPress administrator account, then that means credentials for the most important account are potentially exposed. The password is going to be kept in… Continue reading Posting To Your WP From Foreign Sites
I imported all my LiveJournal posts here. Other than posting pictures to there from Flickr, I don’t really use LJ anymore. I rarely even read my friends’ blogs there. Too bad. I still have the teeshirt. Most of my LJ posts are protected. For this site, I’d rather have them set to private. So the… Continue reading Protected Post Password