Jeff on the Agile Blog (makers of 1Password):

If people are forced to use a difficult and confusing system, they are likely to make serious mistakes. At best, a security product should make it easier to get your work done. At worst, it shouldn’t make things prohibitively difficult to complete your tasks.

One of the reasons that I used and love 1Password isn’t because it makes me more secure, but because it makes using website easier not harder. Not only for storing passwords, but for storing credit cards and more. In his article, Jeff, talks a great deal about how this idea is central to making users (sometimes as a fringe benefit to the user) far more secure.

Posted by Ben Brooks