[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 25 points 2 days ago

You're right, fixed that headline now.

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[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 0 points 2 days ago* (last edited 2 days ago)

Based on prcinpipes Bitwarden is an obvious choice. With things like passwords I'm leaning into giving my keys to a company that, if it comes to be, can pay gargantuan ransoms.

[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 1 points 2 days ago

My point was - no tech giant leaked passwords but small guys did. We have no insight into how internal policies look like and if they are actually followed, we can only see outcomes. Lastpass exposed encrypted passwords in 2022. In 2019 1Password app had a bug where it didn't clear master password after logoff and kept it in plaintext. Both enormous yikes for companies that deal primarily in security.

[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 1 points 2 days ago

That's a lot of words to confirm what I said.

[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 1 points 2 days ago

Plaintext passwords was a fuckup that they self-reported 5 years ago and affected some business users. Most browsers don't really encrypt locally stored passwords.

[-] misk@sopuli.xyz -1 points 3 days ago

So far big guys didn't leak passwords but 1password and LastPass did.

[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 2 points 4 days ago

We're using it for streaming services, anything with loyalty plans, insurance, catering plan, routers and other common utility non-personal stuff.

[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 2 points 4 days ago

They're probably doing this to catch up with Apple though :)

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No, Cheesoid! It's cheese with glue :(

[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 11 points 4 days ago

It's worth noting that it was quite cheap and therefore a very good budget option to MacGyver music streaming into older cars.

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[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 6 points 4 days ago

We're one step closer to Cheesoid.

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[-] misk@sopuli.xyz 7 points 6 days ago

I doubt that anyone saying that LLM are calculating next word solely based on previous sequence. It's still statistics, regardless of complexity.

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