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SHEDNOTES 84: A Filofacts on Online Security

The Shed generally takes the publish-and-be-damned point of view but recognises that there might be occasions in life when it is worth considering a service such as HideMyAss! 544 more words

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Is It Time to Change Your Passwords?

Passwords are a part of life with technology, and with that comes the responsibility of changing them regularly. Now, you certainly don’t have to change your password every three months…it’s annoying, time consuming, and cyber criminals will love you for it. 346 more words

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Password Management Systems: A Conclusion

Throughout this blog topics discussed include; a basic understanding of password management, top password management systems and downloads, multi-million dollar scandals within organizations, how to recover or reset your personal passwords, LastPass 3.0, how to protect yourself from hackers, advantages and disadvantages of password management systems, the internets worst passwords, and security breaches within organizations. 145 more words

TekFail | LastPass Won't Give Me A Final Pass

Today’s TekFail comes courteous of LastPass the online password manager.  I’ve been using LastPass for the last couple of years and have come to love its simple interface and painless transition from Norton’s Password Vault.   594 more words

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Password Management Systems: Yay or Nay?

Is it really worth it to use a password manager? With major Password Management Systems like LastPass, KeePass, Dashlane and 1Password drawing so much attention and praise, should we get one? 193 more words

Get LastPass 3.0

In one of my previous posts, I outlined the top five Password Management Systems on the market for 2015. LastPass’s latest version, 3.0, was rated number one, by me and a number of expert review panels. 176 more words

How To Share Your Social Media Passwords Safely

As the founder of a social media consultancy, I worried in the beginning over how I was going to ask my clients for access to their account passwords without ever actually needing to… 667 more words

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