A few people within Intel today mailed me to said they had seen an article about Meshcentral.com on The Verge, an online publication. The full article is here, titled "Meshcentral: multi-platform remote access built on HTML5". It's short and accurate except they misspelled my name! One of the thing that most surprised me about the write up how they got the security story right. Some users ask why Meshcentral uses two passwords, a web account one and a mesh one. Indeed, it's because the second password is not stored by Meshcentral and so, imposes limits what the web site is capable of doing (Also, that second password can't be recovered). I will probably write much more about security in upcoming blogs since it's such an interesting topic to me.
I had no knowledge of the online publication until today, I am sure to put it in my reading list from now on.
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