Strong security starts with big numbers, in the
range of 38 digits (128 bits) for the current level,
with an imminent upgrade to 77 digits (256 bits) to
thwart Quantum Computers. We can make such security
codes a little less dreadful to use.
Users forget passwords all the time. This leads to
an email sent to an address whose password you ought to
have. If not, you may cascade back into your online
history, ending in your dial-in modem account with an
ISP that does not exist anymore.
Something is wrong here...
Many of us rely on "cloud" storage services. They
enable us to access the same files from everywhere,
but they are fairly dumb and leave all the thinking
to people. ARPA2 Reservoir is different, in that it
supports metadata, automation and integration in your
This blog reports about software design for the InternetWide Architecture.
Something that we might easily forget however, is what is the
true nature of the InternetWide project. In the end, it's not
about software -- instead, it is all about protocols.