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2013-09-22 01:50:14 AM

ReapTheChaos: Abner Doon: freak7: cameroncrazy1984: Me, I just like not having to enter a passcode every time I unlock my phone. The sh*t works.

Why do you lock your phone, are you carrying top secret CIA documents?

Do you have email on your phone?  Then congrats!  If you're not locking it, anyone can easily get into any online account you have, except maybe your bank, with about 2 minutes with your phone.  You should really be locking it if you care.  Either way, it's good policy for people to be locking their smartphones, so I'm not sure why you're discouraging that.

How the hell are they supposed to do that? Unless you have your settings so that your phone stays logged in to all your accounts then I can't possibly see how that could ever happen. Even on my home computer, which I'm the only person who ever uses it, I have to type my password into every online account I have in the extremely off chance that it gets stolen. So I fail to see why someone would be dumb enough to do that with a phone that has a much higher risk of getting lost or stolen.


Easy.  Go to any website you want to "break" into, click the "I forgot my password" link.  Go grab your phone, click on the link in your email.  Boom, you're in.  I can't even think of a site that that won't work on that's not a bank.  I'm sure there's some, but not many.

I've also never seen a phone that required a password to check your email, unless it was already locked...which you should do.
 
2013-09-22 01:52:15 AM

TuteTibiImperes: So would you rather have to put in your password for every e-mail account, website, etc, individually on your phone, or lock it with a single master password or fingerprint?


He probably leaves the door to his house unlocked and just padlocks all of his possessions down individually.
 
2013-09-22 02:17:05 AM

TuteTibiImperes: ReapTheChaos: Abner Doon: freak7: cameroncrazy1984: Me, I just like not having to enter a passcode every time I unlock my phone. The sh*t works.

Why do you lock your phone, are you carrying top secret CIA documents?

Do you have email on your phone?  Then congrats!  If you're not locking it, anyone can easily get into any online account you have, except maybe your bank, with about 2 minutes with your phone.  You should really be locking it if you care.  Either way, it's good policy for people to be locking their smartphones, so I'm not sure why you're discouraging that.

How the hell are they supposed to do that? Unless you have your settings so that your phone stays logged in to all your accounts then I can't possibly see how that could ever happen. Even on my home computer, which I'm the only person who ever uses it, I have to type my password into every online account I have in the extremely off chance that it gets stolen. So I fail to see why someone would be dumb enough to do that with a phone that has a much higher risk of getting lost or stolen.

So would you rather have to put in your password for every e-mail account, website, etc, individually on your phone, or lock it with a single master password or fingerprint?


I do it on my computer, so yes. Not like it's hard to do or anything.
 
2013-09-22 02:20:23 AM

ReapTheChaos: TuteTibiImperes: ReapTheChaos: Abner Doon: freak7: cameroncrazy1984: Me, I just like not having to enter a passcode every time I unlock my phone. The sh*t works.

Why do you lock your phone, are you carrying top secret CIA documents?

Do you have email on your phone?  Then congrats!  If you're not locking it, anyone can easily get into any online account you have, except maybe your bank, with about 2 minutes with your phone.  You should really be locking it if you care.  Either way, it's good policy for people to be locking their smartphones, so I'm not sure why you're discouraging that.

How the hell are they supposed to do that? Unless you have your settings so that your phone stays logged in to all your accounts then I can't possibly see how that could ever happen. Even on my home computer, which I'm the only person who ever uses it, I have to type my password into every online account I have in the extremely off chance that it gets stolen. So I fail to see why someone would be dumb enough to do that with a phone that has a much higher risk of getting lost or stolen.

So would you rather have to put in your password for every e-mail account, website, etc, individually on your phone, or lock it with a single master password or fingerprint?

I do it on my computer, so yes. Not like it's hard to do or anything.


I do on my computer as well, but there's a bigger chance of malware grabbing stored passwords on a computer, and it's a lot easier to type them in on a real keyboard compared to the virtual keyboard on a phone.
 
2013-09-22 02:22:10 AM

Abner Doon: ReapTheChaos: Abner Doon: freak7: cameroncrazy1984: Me, I just like not having to enter a passcode every time I unlock my phone. The sh*t works.

Why do you lock your phone, are you carrying top secret CIA documents?

Do you have email on your phone?  Then congrats!  If you're not locking it, anyone can easily get into any online account you have, except maybe your bank, with about 2 minutes with your phone.  You should really be locking it if you care.  Either way, it's good policy for people to be locking their smartphones, so I'm not sure why you're discouraging that.

How the hell are they supposed to do that? Unless you have your settings so that your phone stays logged in to all your accounts then I can't possibly see how that could ever happen. Even on my home computer, which I'm the only person who ever uses it, I have to type my password into every online account I have in the extremely off chance that it gets stolen. So I fail to see why someone would be dumb enough to do that with a phone that has a much higher risk of getting lost or stolen.

Easy.  Go to any website you want to "break" into, click the "I forgot my password" link.  Go grab your phone, click on the link in your email.  Boom, you're in.  I can't even think of a site that that won't work on that's not a bank.  I'm sure there's some, but not many.

I've also never seen a phone that required a password to check your email, unless it was already locked...which you should do.


You must have it set to automatically log you into your email, which as often as phones are lost or stolen, isn't a very smart thing to do.
 
2013-09-22 07:16:58 AM

HotWingAgenda: rik_everglade: I use the iPhone for attendance, grading, running the smart board, online government data for every student

I'm shocked that your school district allows you to place confidential private information about your students on your personal mobile device. That sort of thing is illegal where I grew up and went to school.


No it's not. And you obviously didn't go to law school. You may be shocked, and I'm sure a lot of things shock you, but this is how it's done: everywhere, in every state, and most every country. Maybe you are shocked because people actually have sensitive data that might need to be protected. iPhones are simply better than other designs, and I don't care that it costs a little more for the convenience.
 
2013-09-22 05:23:34 PM

ReapTheChaos: Abner Doon: ReapTheChaos: Abner Doon: freak7: cameroncrazy1984: Me, I just like not having to enter a passcode every time I unlock my phone. The sh*t works.

Why do you lock your phone, are you carrying top secret CIA documents?

Do you have email on your phone?  Then congrats!  If you're not locking it, anyone can easily get into any online account you have, except maybe your bank, with about 2 minutes with your phone.  You should really be locking it if you care.  Either way, it's good policy for people to be locking their smartphones, so I'm not sure why you're discouraging that.

How the hell are they supposed to do that? Unless you have your settings so that your phone stays logged in to all your accounts then I can't possibly see how that could ever happen. Even on my home computer, which I'm the only person who ever uses it, I have to type my password into every online account I have in the extremely off chance that it gets stolen. So I fail to see why someone would be dumb enough to do that with a phone that has a much higher risk of getting lost or stolen.

Easy.  Go to any website you want to "break" into, click the "I forgot my password" link.  Go grab your phone, click on the link in your email.  Boom, you're in.  I can't even think of a site that that won't work on that's not a bank.  I'm sure there's some, but not many.

I've also never seen a phone that required a password to check your email, unless it was already locked...which you should do.

You must have it set to automatically log you into your email, which as often as phones are lost or stolen, isn't a very smart thing to do.


Why?  I have my phone locked securely, as I've advocated above.  There'd be no benefit to locking the email client separately as far as I can tell.

What phone are you using where not-logging-into-your-email is even an option?  Android doesn't even have that concept in the default mail client.  You have your Google account synced or not, and "not" is extremely limiting.  I've seen my family use their iphones as well, and I don't see them typing a password to access their email.
 
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