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