Tag: Password Manager

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 Convincing: Why password managers are beneficial, yet you’re still not using one – Part 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 Convincing: Why password managers are beneficial, yet you’re still not using one. – Part Two

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