The idea is if an attacker knows a username, he or she could concentrate on that account using SQL injection, brute forcing the password, phishing, and so on.
You can be about security or UX. And when the accounts are public I’m especially in favor of taking advantage UX-wise. The issue’s when both are half-assed.
Slack’s valuation is only 10x higher than what Trello sold for, even with a BS valuation from Softbank, despite having to raise 80x more.
It’s easy to be a billion dollar business when someone gives you a billion dollars.
I think Slack takes the L here.
After I assert that I go over it in broad strokes.
Justifies better than saying lots of people still use it. ZK was once the only player in the game and the status quo — regardless of merits, many people will still use it. A good question is: now that there are other options, which direction will people trend towards…