Category Archives: brute-force

The Logical Fallacy

Nary a week goes by without seeing a post by a programmer, for programmers, on the subject of logical fallacies in arguments. This week’s, courtesy of hacker news, is not egregious, enlightening, or indeed different in any way from the … Continue reading

Posted in brute-force, software-engineering | 3 Comments

Why do we annoy our users?

I assume that, with my audience being mainly Mac users, you are not familiar with Microsoft Security Assessment Tool, or MSAT. It’s basically a free tool for CIOs, CSOs and the like to perform security analyses. It presents two questionnaires, … Continue reading

Posted in brute-force, password, tool-support | 2 Comments