Microsoft Passport has been hacked yet again.
It was the second admission by Microsoft of a serious vulnerability in Passport since last summer's settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, which had accused Microsoft of deceptive claims about Passport's security.
The theory of Passport is that we trust Microsoft with all our personal data. Even ignoring the risks of having a convicted predatory monopolist own all online identity, do we really want to trust a company with such a horrible security track record?
  2003-07-02 16:12 Z