If you’re anything like the average computer literate, you’ve probably got dozens of different passwords laying around. One for Google, another for Facebook, and so on. OpenID was supposed to fix this. Unfortunately it was basically more or less ignored by the industry, since everyone wanted to create their own bastardised version of it instead. For instance, on many websites you can login using your Facebook account. The problem with this is two-folded though.
- Do you trust Facebook to have access to the rest of your life?
- What do you do if Zuckerberg decides to throw you out?
The above are real tangible problems, believe me, I am thrown out of Facebook myself, so I can easily testify to this simple fact! However, the alternative is walking around trying to remember dozens of different passwords, one for each different aspect of your life. Or is it …?
Phosphorus Five is a web operating system, with a single password turn-key solution
With Phosphorus Five though, you only need to remember a single password. This makes it easier for you to create a rock solid password, since you don’t have to remember 55 different passwords for one. In addition, it allows you to change the password for your email client, file sharing system, etc, etc, etc – With a single change of locks!
This aspect of Phosphorus Five cannot be emphasised enough.