Whatever my blogging firm calls itself these days, it has a bad case of servers not talking to each other. I communicate with my blog's input side on three, sometimes four different devices: phone, tablet, desktop and wife's kitchen computer. They run, in that order, new android, old android, Linux Ubuntu and WinSeven. It seems that the blogging company which changed it's name (used to be called Six Apart) routes each request for access to a different server, depending on the operating system of the requestor. How farged up is THAT? It may be the cheapie solution so that they don't have to write complex software to handle ALL operating systems on one server, but it is definitely NOT the most secure solution. I wrote up a Ticket, and their techhie answered for me to keep changing my password until I got in. Now THAT advice means that anyone with the username and access to the user-named email account can get into the blog.
Is it time for the government to REQUIRE standardized levels of commercial account security?