09/06/2022

2022/06/09#p1
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Like Why Forced Password Changes Reduce Security - Kev Quirk...

"Forced password changes are good for security apparently. But the truth is, having a forced password change policy reduces password security."

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Whalley_Ranger says:Reply to Whalley_Ranger

@colinwalker But the future is Passkeys so less of a problem.

developer.apple.com/passkeys/

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Colin Walker replied:

I know there's a push towards passwordless authentication but that's a way off and adoption will take even longer in most corporate environments.

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2022/06/09#p2
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Bookmark Vivaldi launches a free built-in email client with an integrated calendar...

File under intriguing.

I tried Vivaldi when it first launched but wasn't overly enamoured. I may, however, give this a spin on Linux as I need to install a decent email client.

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2022/06/09#p3
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Well, I installed Vivaldi, added my email accounts to its built in mail client then promptly uninstalled it. They are trying to do something clever with the way they present folders and the filters you can apply to each view but, in reality and in my opinion, they only succeeded in creating a confusing mess.

Sorry, but not for me.

I could probably spend some time trying to get to grips with how it works and to configure it to display things in a manner that suits but if a user experience requires that much thought and effort then it is a bad experience.

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