How secure is #Roboform? The 5 minute challenge.
TL;DR - Your master password is sent to Siber Systems and the mobile applications are insecure. Described by its creators, Siber Systems, as "completely secure using military grade encryption", Roboform has been knocking about since 1999. Now, I have a rule when testing password managers. If the
Kickstarter Password Managers: The good, the iffy and the dangerous.
Over the last few months, Kickstarter has been awash with password managers. Unless you're willing to invest and use a ridiculously tiny comments box, it's impossible to comment or ask further questions so others can see their response. Rather than clutter the comments area, this article will provide a very
Password Managers: Facts, Fallacies & FUD
Ah, passwords. The thought of choosing, remembering and inevitably resetting them is enough to make your blood boil. As a fundamental part of our digital lives and despite several reports claiming they're dead, our dependence on them shows little sign of slowing. A password manager is a great way to
Roboform Security Revisited: Lies, Deception & Misnomers.
You may recall, I recently published an article entitled "How secure is Roboform: The 5 Minute Challenge". Well, 6 months have passed and although there's been no official public response from Siber Systems, they have made a number of comments to journalists and customers by email/Facebook and
EveryKey Revisited: Military grade? Give me a break.
Update 27/04/16: Here are some screenshots of the EveryKey Windows app. It's not digitally signed, so there's no way to ensure it's genuine and hasn't been modified, it crashes if you click the toolbar & if you click "forgot password", it opens Google. To be frank,