Tag: Password Manager

Password Entry Demystified

Hope as we might, human memory is not infallible, particularly when it comes to online credentials. 

Password Generation Demystified

It seems as though each year an IT giant declares the death of the password. Microsoft, IBM, Google and others claimed that the age of the password had come to an end because passwords no longer kept users safe.

Password Automation and Password Centralized Management

Strong passwords are critical as they aid in the protection of company data by bolstering defenses against brute force attacks.

The Crucial Password Lessons From One Man’s Hacked Uber Account

Major hacks routinely happen, with millions of emails and passwords making their way to the dark web, often years before the public is aware the hack occurred.

Cloudbleed: How to Keep Your Logins Safe After the Cloudflare Leak

Regardless, if you do have an account with a site you believe may have been affected by Cloudbleed, there are some safety precautions you can take. One is to change your password. Another is resetting session tokens by logging in and out.

Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Antonio Dixon moves towards the ball carrier during the NFL Game between the Tennessee Titans and the Philadelphia Eagles. The Titans won 37-19 at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee on Sunday October 24th 2010. (Photo By /Brian Garfinkel) via Wikipedia: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Antonio_Dixon.JPG

Which NFL team inspires the most passwords?

Perhaps the truest proof of a football fan’s devotion comes not when they’re with a large group of people screaming in celebration of a touchdown, but when they’re alone and creating a new password.

When Common Sense isn’t Convicing: Why password managers are beneficial, yet you’re still not using one

Few things are sacred, even less are secret. In an online centric world, personal data hacking is not only inevitable, it’s present.

When Common Sense isn’t Convicing: Why password managers are beneficial, yet you’re still not using one.

Today we’ll debunk a few more myths, including the security of biometrics and the likelihood of company employees snooping on your information.