Gregg Browinski

June 21, 2017
by Gregg Browinski
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You Asked We Delivered…v5.6.2.0

PistolStar is committed to keeping PortalGuard up to the standards of the industry and the people who use it. Back in March, we asked our loyal customers what they would like to see upgraded or added to PortalGuard. Straight from … Continue reading

Gregg Browinski

June 5, 2017
by Gregg Browinski
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Why is it important to conform to the WCAG 2.0 Guidelines?

Navigating in the Dark You’ve been working hard today. Time to take a break, open a new browser tab on your workstation and visit your favorite website. Maybe it’s Facebook or ESPN or a news site. Just after entering the … Continue reading

Gregg Browinski

June 20, 2016
by Gregg Browinski
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SAML Single Logout – What You Need to Know

Enough with the articles about Single Sign-On! Much has been written about it and its undeniable benefits to both usability and security; users log into one, central website and receive unfettered access to a myriad of other web applications without encountering any other … Continue reading

Gregg Browinski

April 29, 2016
by Gregg Browinski
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Full Disk Encryption Faces Problems of Usability

As the details of our digital lives and vocations are increasingly exposed online, the need for privacy has become unavoidable. That desperate need for privacy has even breached the boundaries of the digital world to have a direct impact on our daily … Continue reading

Gregg Browinski

February 17, 2016
by Gregg Browinski
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Encryption Methods of Yesterday and their Replacements

Encryption methods are a very important aspect of security in our increasingly digital lives; and as a precocious, Chicago-based teen once opined in a John Hughes film, “Life moves pretty fast.” This sage observation is fitting for the computer industry … Continue reading

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