I am very interested in the ideas put forward in The Online Privacy Blog
re: How Adobe’s 2.9 million hacked users could have beaten the data breach
- and what they propose doing with the Firefox extension MaskMe
A Password Manager That Protects Your Privacy
Create and manage secure passwords, and mask your email, phone, and credit card as you browse and shop on the web.
I would be interested in what he DCF members/brainstrust might make of this Firefox extension.
I'll start by suggesting that it seems like you would only have to trust this ONE thing to manage the others - a bit like "One ring to rule them all".
But is that one thing secure?
Is there anything else like this on the market (I haven't come across anything)?