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Web-based password managers store your passwords encrypted in the cloud.
And while we all wouldn’t mind having a lovable droid guard our passwords as loyally as R2D2 guarded the blueprints for the Death Star, the reality is we’ve got to do the guarding ourselves.
From social media accounts to banking to online shopping to utilities, credentials—which usually include a username and password—are required for each.
And if people are practicing good password hygiene, they’re engaging in the following recommended practices: All of this, for 27 different logins, is simply unmanageable.
One of my favorite aspects of this is how we tackle malware right at its source: the servers that deliver it.
Our team works around the clock to identify and block...
While we stand by our recommendation to use password managers, we understand the urge to reject placing all your trust in the hands of another company.