Tag: Password Manager

Introducing BarkPass Login for Dogs: No Typing Required

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.

How to Securely Share your Netflix Password

RoboForm provides a hassle-free way to securely share your Netflix password with members of your household. Future changes to the password will update automatically for everyone it’s shared with.

Data Breaches are Inevitable. Here’s How to Minimize Your Exposure.

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.

Password Management for the Insurance Industry

RoboForm eliminates password reset requests, saving time and money while streamlining the client experience.

Discover the recently added import options for RoboForm 8

RoboForm now supports data import from 18 different browsers and password managers, as well as CSV!

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.