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QuickHash GUI for Windows, Linux and macOS

QuickHash GUI is an open source hashing tool for Windows, Linux and macOS

QuickHash GUI is an open source hashing tool which is available for Windows, Linux and macOS. If you're a security conscious person or want to verify file integrity, e.g. for backups, you […]

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IrfanView 4.53 Image Viewer released

IrfanView is one of the most advanced image viewers that is available for Windows. IrfanView 4.53 was released last week; it is the first release of the program in 2019 and one […]

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LastPass introduces Account Recovery on Mobile

LastPass launched a new feature in the mobile versions of the password manager LastPass today that allows customers to recover their account under certain circumstances. Password managers help users when it comes […]

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LastPass increases price of Premium plan again

LastPass increased the price of the Premium plan of its password management service in February 2019; this time to $3 per month for a Premium plan, an increase by $1 per month. […]

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Password Manager study highlights potential leak issues

What would the result be if you analyze how popular password managers protect sensitive information such as the master password or stored passwords; that's what Independent Security Evaluators tried to find out […]

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Google publishes Password Checkup extension for Chrome

Password Checkup is a new browser extension for the Google Chrome web browser by Google that informs users about unsafe usernames or passwords. Internet users have some options when it comes to […]

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Change your password day needs a counterpart

February 1 is change your password day; while not official, many tech sites advertise the day to their readers. Users are asked to change passwords on that day to improve security. While […]

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Most Internet users still prefer weak passwords over secure ones

If you are a reader of this blog you know that it is essential to use unique and strong passwords for any online or offline service that you use. Most use a […]

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Up to 100 million Quora accounts affected by data breach

The question and answer community Quora confirmed today that up to 100 million accounts of users were compromised in a data breach. It noticed on Friday that "some user data was compromised […]

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Windows 7 to Linux: Preparations

This is the first part of a series of articles that describes how to migrate from a Windows 7 device to a device running Linux. The main motivation behind the series of […]

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The "Your Password" Email extortion scam

If you have received an email with the subject line "Your password" followed by a password that you used in the past or are still using, you may wonder whether the allegations […]

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How to export Firefox passwords in Firefox 57+

The following guide provides instructions on how to export passwords in Firefox 57 or newer. Mozilla released Firefox 57 Quantum in November 2017 and the release changed quite a few things in […]

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PassProtect warns you about insecure passwords

PassProtect is a free browser extension for Google Chrome that warns you when you are about to create accounts online using insecure passwords or about to sign in to an account using […]

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Firefox's Password Manager has a flaw, but it will be fixed

You may save passwords in the Mozilla Firefox web browser; the functionality is enabled by default, and you are prompted to do so when Firefox recognizes that you typed a username and […]

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Bitwarden Desktop App released

The makers of the password manager Bitwarden have released desktop versions of the application for Windows, Linux and Mac OS. The password manager was previously available as a browser extension for major […]

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Check your passwords against the Pwned Passwords database

Is a password that you use actively to protect an account secure? The question is difficult to answer as it depends on your definition of secure. Secure can mean, among other things, […]

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How web trackers exploit password managers

Most web browsers come with a built-in password manager, a basic tool to save login data to a database and fill out forms and/or sign in to sites automatically using the information […]

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TunnelBear makers launch password manager RememBear

The makers of the popular VPN solution TunnelBear, available as a free and paid version, have released a beta version of the company's upcoming RememBear password management service. Password managers and services […]