Enpass is an Android application that is purely designed to store your passwords and important information. And it offers a couple of main attractions — firstly it’s a real beauty on the eye and super easy to use, and secondly, it allows for two cloud syncing options. As well as a backup and restore feature using the web, you can also sync your passwords with Dropbox. Of course, you don't have...
Evernote, the popular cross-platform note taking and sharing app, has issued a statement about some recent "suspicious activity on the Evernote network". All users will have to change their password, and it seems that user names, and other data that includes the encrypted version of passwords has been accessed. In a letter sent out to users, Evernote says the following:
The investigation has...
Thing 1: Google two-step authentication
No excuses: It's time to turn on two-step authentication
Thing 2: Ouya's monster Kickstarter campaign
Ouya's Kickstarter campaign ends tonight - did you pledge?
Ouya pre-orders now open to everyone
Thing 3: Other odds and ends
CyanogenMod 9 gets stable for the Galaxy Nexus
Nikon said to have an Android-based camera in the works, too...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 20 Sep 2010 11:11 am
While some may spend their weekends lounging poolside or at toddler birthday parties, some sit and hack. We're glad in this case, as Cory (our Android Central Forums admin) found something that a good number of us need to be careful about -- in many cases your passwords are stored as plain text in internal databases. We spent a good portion of our Saturday tracking down the issues, scouring...
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