password security

  • Easily Reveal Hidden Passwords In Any Browser

    Autofill is a great setting if you don’t want to have to remember and type in your password every time you log in to an online account. In fact, we highly recommend you use a password manager (and take advantage of autofill features) to keep track of secure passwords. But autofill makes it easy to…

  • It’s 2019 And People Are Still Using These Dumb Passwords

    It’s 2019 And People Are Still Using These Dumb Passwords

    Is your password sunshine, 666666, or monkey? Bad news: if a hacker tries to guess your password, those are some of the very first ones they’ll try. SplashData, makers of the password managers SplashID, TeamsID, and Gpassrecently examined over 5 million leaked passwords and named the 25 most common examples. Combined, these passwords are used…

  • Why Your Brain Naturally Sucks At Password Security [Infographic]

    Most people know about good online security practices: make secure passwords, have a different one for each login and change them often. Far fewer people actually follow them — but why? With the risk of hacking now greater than ever, it’s important to have good password security practices, but most people still neglect them.