h0pc Wrote:You guys see this?
http://lifehacker.com/5050535/foxmarks- ... sword-sync
Looks like a few lastpass early adopters have already chimed in.
@goberoi: Why do you have users enter a 'pin code' instead of a master password with a complexity meter like LastPass does? This makes your encryption highly suspect -- by calling it a 'pin code' you're basically guaranteeing the user will use ONLY numbers which radically reduces the encryption's effectiveness, and worse most people use 4 digit pin codes at their bank, so that's the most likely scenario.
When a user selects a 4 digit pin; a rogue employee at Foxmarks could crack all their passwords in a few minutes by a brute force attack. I'm not saying there's a rogue employee at Foxmarks, just that it's a good idea to plan for it, like LastPass has.
I've never tried foxmarks, so hopefully I'm missing something here.
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