By Tracey Capen
Of the many debates about personal-computing security, password protection is a perennial favorite.
Password schemes range from the what-me-worry, “I’ll just use my dog’s name,” to computer-generated ciphers that defy memorization and end up on sticky notes next to the PC.
In a post that’s had over 6000 views and more than its share of opinions, James Viner’s seemingly simple question about Firefox and stored passwords has generated a wealth of interesting perspectives. First posted this past August, it’s still getting new comments. More»
The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions that you may be able to provide responses to:
☼ starred posts — particularly useful
If you’re not already a Lounge member, use the quick registration form to sign up for free. The ability to post comments and take advantage of other Lounge features is available only to registered members.