Lastpass

  • Twitter Responds to Reports of Leaked Passwords

    … @names and passwords may have been amassed from combining information from other recent breaches, malware on victim machines that are stealing passwords for all sites, or a combination of both. Regardless of origin, we’re acting swiftly to protect your Twitter account. In each of the recent password disclosures, we cross-checked the data with our…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Twitter- 8 readers -
  • Do I Need A Password Manager?

    … Dashlane claims to be the world’s best password manager and secure digital wallet. Their website also states that your passwords will be encrypted with the world’s greatest technology. LastPass LastPass claims to store your passwords and notes safely in a vault. Their site states that their service is easy to use and that you can organize everything…

    Apex Virtual Solutions- 9 readers -
  • LastPass Launches Two-Factor Authentication App on Mobile

    … is (like a fingerprint), or even somewhere the user is. Requiring both is what adds additional security to an account. Even if the password for an account is compromised, an attacker would be thwarted in their attempt to access that account without the additional login data. LastPass Authenticator is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store, Google Play and Windows Store. Once users download the app, they must edit their LastPass settings to enable two-factor authentication on their account. …

    AllTwitter- 11 readers -
  • How to Secure Your Social Media Accounts: 5 Tools

    … strong profile passwords and modify them often. A tool like LastPass or 1Password makes it easier to protect your passwords, and store them in an encrypted vault. LastPass takes the hassle out of continuously logging in, while simultaneously ensuring online security of your accounts. It also provides a random password generator that helps you…

    Yoav Vilner/ Social Media Examinerin Social How To's- 21 readers -
  • Online Security for Business: What Marketers Need to Know

    … need to build a solid foundation for security. Get a password manager, such as 1Password, LastPass or Dashlane, and use it to generate strong passwords. Darren uses and recommends 1Password. Get a password manager, like 1Password, to keep your accounts safe. Chalene explains how the hackers got into her account. They called her email provider…

    Michael Stelzner/ Social Media Examiner- 23 readers -
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