Blog


  • 24 Oct

    The secure app problem

    We’ve seen a lot of train wrecks in secure iPad and iPhone development.    It used to be that outside of COTS tools like the PKard Reader app for secure web, the only way to implement secure apps with strong two-factor military or government grade smart card authentication was laborious, expensive and time-consuming low-level hard-coding to a specific reader or card with tools like PC/SC or PKCS11 and re-inventing the wheel in terms of higher-level functionality, more like coding in assembler in the 1960s or 70s than anything of the modern era.

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  • 29 Jun

    It’s been a crazy last two months and last two years!

    It’s been a crazy last two months and last two years!

    That’s two months since we launched the world’s first secure iPad/iPhone browser solution and two years since we saw the need for it with the launch of the iPad … and began asking Apple’s permission to build the software and the hardware … and you do need Apple’s permission! That’s a big difference from the worlds of Macs, Windows and Linux that we’ve all known for two generations.

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  • 02 Apr

    Blog launch

    We're launching the blog to have a more timely and informal way to share information than is typically possible in narrowly scoped and somewhat formulaic press releases, white papers or web specs.

    It's approaching two decades since we first launched the Thursby.com site and we continue to leverage the communication technologies that work best for our enterprise and consumer clients.

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