Passwords are a pain. They are required for too many things; your phone, your computer, your apps, your accounts. They get in the way of getting something done. It would be wonderful if this post was an introduction to something better. Alas, for the time being, we're stuck with passwords.
History. In the late 1960s the mathematician Whitfield Diffie, now a well known cryptographer, started his graduate work at Stanford. There he was introduced to the growing prominence of “time-sharing” computing, computers powerful enough to allow more than one user or task to execute at the ...
Welcome to the 9th installment of our series “Inside Orbit.” This week, I'd like to introduce you to Paul Weinstein, our Web Programmer Analyst. Paul's part of our amazing Server Admin team who keeps all of our clients' websites (including ours) safe and secure. You know how Tank and Dozer are ...
Technologist and All Around Nice Guy for Technology Oriented Organizations and Parties
I've been hooked on technology since elementary school and have yet to look back.
With my personal understanding I've worked in a wide variety of computing environments ranging from public elementary schools and political campaigns to pioneering open source companies and local businesses.
Co-author of Professional Apache Security and Beginning Unix from Wrox Press
B.S. Computer Science, 1998
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