With RoboForm’s latest update, you can stop wondering which of your passwords have been identified in data breaches. We’ve got you covered. Besides evaluating the strength of your passwords, RoboForm now informs you whenever one of your passwords has been found in a data breach.
The new RoboForm extension streamlines your RoboForm experience and makes it easier than ever to securely manage your passwords and the other important data you store in RoboForm.
Remote work doesn’t have to jeopardize a company’s data security. Keeping remote workers safe online requires a team approach. Roboform can help.
If you use RoboForm’s built-in form filler, you know what a time saver it is. Complete online forms with just a few easy clicks, and you’re on your way. No typing required! To get even more out of this feature, you’ll want to set up custom fields.
We’re excited to announce a new RoboForm feature that streamlines logging into websites and completing online forms: Inplace AutoFill. Currently available for Chrome browsers running on Windows and Mac computers, this feature will soon be deployed for our other supported desktop browsers.
Photo by Philipp Katzenberger on Unsplash Guest Post by Allison Grinberg-Funes October is National Cyber Security Awareness month and so we decided it was yet again, time […]
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