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KeePass: A safe place to store all of your passwords and other login credentials!

We want nothing but the best for our members, especially when it comes to security! Please use the following guide to help you safely store and remember your passwords. 585 more words

General Interest

How To Never Have Another Password

Hello! Interested in password management?

The decision to begin using a password manager is too obvious to elaborate on here. If you are not using one, you should be! 1,320 more words


An Engineer's Guide To The Galaxy Using KeePass

If you’re like me, and have multiple cloud environments, and multiple servers to manage, the task can be quite daunting.  There are many paid for utilities out there that can help you with this task, but I’ve found that a utility called: KeePass Password Safe, does the job flawlessly if you are willing to do some custom configurations.  558 more words

Custom KeePass URL Override

5 Best Password Managers: Secure and hassle free Logins

In market there are tons of password managers, when it comes to security you must use most reliable one. Here is list of some most popular password managers and comparison among them so you can pick up most suitable one for yourself.

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Internet & Online

Lions and Tigers and ... Passwords? Oh my!

Graham Cluley released an article today called “200 MILLION YAHOO PASSWORDS BEING SOLD ON THE DARK WEB?” about various web sites that have had stolen passwords recently posted on criminal web sites (the “dark web”). 504 more words


A Case Study in Attacking KeePass

We see a lot of KeePass usage while on engagements. In the corporate environments we operate in, it appears to be the most common password manager used by system administrators. 1,791 more words


Hackaday Prize Entry: A Very Small Password Keeper

One of the more popular security builds in recent memory is USB password vaults. These small thumb drive-sized devices hold all the passwords you have to deal with, and are locked behind a authentication code on the drive itself. 185 more words

The Hackaday Prize