As anyone who ever played Guitar Hero knows, you might be able to play "Sweet Child of Mine" with your eyes closed, but that doesn't mean you can tell someone the exact sequence of buttons and colors to push. It's ingrained in your subconscious memory.
Though the Pentagon is attempting to do away with traditional passwords, the rest of us are probably stuck with them for a while. That being the case, who wants to expend all of their brainpower thinking up new passwords? If your answer is, "not me," then go ahead and let Moclay do it for you.
You know you have a unique fingerprint. You know you have a unique handwriting style. You probably don't know you have a unique typing style. And the Pentagon wants to use that in place of a password. Maybe Tyler Durden was wrong: you might be a unique snowflake after all.
Did I just hear a sigh of relief from some of you or was that just me? One day soon the unique pattern of your heart's beat could act as the password that unlocks your hard drive just by touching your keyboard.
Attention Hotmail users who use stupid passwords such as "password," "123456" and "ilovecats," Microsoft will soon be blocking such common and weak codes to prevent your account from getting hacked in a jiffy.
Web browsin' takes a lot of different passwords these days — for anything from your bank and email, to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter — and sometimes it's hard to keep track of it all. What's worse,...
Maybe you're a spy or you've got schematics for the next hot gadget locked away on your hard drive, but either way you're going to want to lock your files down. That's where the DataLocker Drive Enclosure comes in....