Gerry Wrote::o Does this mean we can now do security checks on the source?!!! (sure it's compressed)
But what am I missing? If you are able to open this up now, what's changed?
You know, I'm getting a bit tired of people questioning your sincerity with the product. I ran many websites and I always had some yahoo questioning my sincerity. I spent thousands of man hours doing things for free and still had the yahoos questioning my sincerity. I finally decided to start charging for my work and all questions stopped.
Let people pay for the service and make some money if you can. You will find most of the questions about sincerity will stop. If you are in it to run a profit then people assume you do not want to mess with your livelihood.
I really like LastPass.... in fact I like it so much that I would pay for the end product.
You are missing the most important half of the point... the biggest danger with this sort of app is not that Joe and or one of the other coders would go rogue (although that can't be ruled out) but more the fact that they are human and thus are capable of oversights and code bugs. You would know this tough if you have the experience that you are suggesting.
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