Outlook Web is basically useless on a slow internet connection.
It seems like every click requires a round-trip to the server before it acknowledges the click. Trying to reply to an email? Click "reply", wait until the server acknowledges, then it opens the reply window.
I just discovered a disturbing real-world vulnerability by accident.
A couple hours after checking in to my hotel, I went back to the front desk and said "I need to add someone to my room because her flight gets in late this evening." The clerk asked my room number, and I told her and also said my name. A few seconds later, after asking me to spell the name to add, there's a new name on my room reservation. Nowhere in this process did she check my ID.
Did I accidentally socially engineer my way into adding an unrelated name onto a room reservation?
Minor moment of panic at the ticket counter trying to get a boarding pass when they said I need a visa before I can check in to the flight to Australia.
Turns out the visa "application" process was just filling out a web form on my phone, and it was "approved" immediately. I was worried I was gonna have to wait a full business day or something but guess not!
Also kind of weird is the ticket agent just had to check a box that said I have the visa, and that person would be fined $5000 if they were wrong. Seems like not the most ideal way to enforce that but okay.
This @jack situation is making me rethink my phone number strategy. I've been treating my SIM number as disposable and easily replaceable, where the number I use for 2FA is a google voice number. But now I'm thinking treating my SIM number as a password is a better plan.
I've reached the point that a day trip to the Bay Area from Portland is effectively the same as a "long commute to work". I'm also pretty sure this is still shorter than some peoples' commutes within the Bay Area.