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Android/iOS: Two-factor authentication is growing increasingly important, in a world filled with high-profile hacks. LastPass is taking this feature seriously, releasing a new app to manage all your 2FA-enabled accounts.
We know people generally suck at choosing passwords, often using “12345” or “letmein”. But what passwords and usernames do attackers try most often? This analysis from information security firm Rapid7 shares some interesting details.
Windows/OS X/Android/iOS: Dashlane is one of our favourite password managers, and today the service updated with a new, consistent interface across all devices; an updated “password changer” that lets you change passwords on a site without even visiting it and new languages.
LastPass is one of the best password managers around. Today it gets a bit better with an improved interface and a handful of new features.