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.
Since we started asking users to create short video testimonials describing how they use RoboForm, we’ve been thrilled with the responses we’ve received.
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.
Tired of being at the mercy of your dog’s non-stop demands? “Feed me!” “Walk me!” “Play with me!” It’s 2020. There’s an app for basically everything your dog needs: boarding, pet meds, food, even TV for dogs! Yet you’re still the one managing everything.
At RoboForm, we knew there had to be a better way. We’ve been helping humans securely access websites and apps for 20 years. Why not our canine companions too?
Introducing BarkPass. Now your dog can log in, so you don’t have to.
If you’re using RoboForm just to manage your passwords, you’re missing out on one of its most useful features. RoboForm Safenotes are an ideal way to securely store important and sensitive information that isn’t automatically stored in Logins or Identities. Best of all, Safenotes can be accessed from anywhere. Just like your passwords, Safenotes are securely encrypted in RoboForm, and no one but you can see them.
It’s up to each of us to take proactive measures to protect our information when the inevitable happens and companies that house our data experience breaches. Although we’re powerless to prevent these breaches, that doesn’t mean we can’t mitigate the harm that we personally experience as a result of them. That’s where smart password creation and management comes in.
Too many companies and brands are still not following best practices when it comes to prompting users to create good passwords that are complex and unique. Until they do, it’s up to each of us to protect ourselves.