Tag: browser

  • AHA! A blast from the past…

    I just ran across this great blog post from Lori MacVittie at Web2.0 Journal. Can’t say exactly why it sparked my interest, but after reading it I realized this may be Freudian… The proposed Anonymous Human Authentication (AHA – great acronym Lori!) proposed in it closely resembles a technology we worked on back in the days […]

  • Chrome, IE8, FF3 – is there anything new?

    As websites are getting to be treated more like applications, users, both end-users and especially business ones, are moving from traditional old-school desktop applications (remember when “client-server” architecture was the thing?) to Software as a Service (SaaS), in-the-cloud, and just plain web applications. Security has been shifting from securing the local operating system to securing […]