RSA’s Distributed Credential Protection: Yeah They Are Overselling it a Bit.

RSA recently announced their new Distributed Credential Protection (DCP) product which they proudly tout as a “revolutionary” way to secure user credentials. But looking closer (especially at that $160,000 per license price tag), I’m not so sure this product will do much to protect anyone’s credentials. But let me say this first, the technology itself [...]

The post RSA’s Distributed Credential Protection: Yeah They Are Overselling it a Bit. appeared first on Xato – Passwords & Security.

Is Mozilla’s Persona the Authentication System That We’ve All Been Waiting For? Probably Not.

Last week, Mozilla announced the first beta release of Persona. Persona, formerly called BrowserID, is a personal authentication system that aims to eliminate passwords to log in to web sites. Of course, you still need one master password to log in to Persona, but it takes care of every site login after that. Persona is [...]

The post Is Mozilla’s Persona the Authentication System That We’ve All Been Waiting For? Probably Not. appeared first on Xato – Passwords & Security.