In its sixth annual Worst Passwords report, compiled from more than five million passwords leaked during the year, three variations of "password" appear, including "passw0rd" and "password1".
It is often said that we should have different passwords for each website or account that we use. If that is the case, how many of us really take the time to have multiple passwords (each with different password requirements)? The challenge of trying to memorize those passwords can be daunting especially if it is recommended to change your passwords every 30 - 180 days. Unfortunately, even changing passwords does not completely mitigate hackers from stealing your login information. In fact, how many of us reuse the same password for multiple websites and a leak in one site could give access to more than one account?
It's not every day that we meet somebody as passionate and excitable about online security as us at TeamPassword. In May, we met our match. Robert Lowry is the Director of Information Security at VTS, a New York-based startup that prides itself as the #1 platform for leasing and asset ...
Did you know that the average person spends up to 11 hours a day online? We are either online checking our email accounts, banking, shopping or on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. But when it comes to protecting these accounts, most people do not have strong passwords.
FinancesOnline, an analytics platform and hub for B2B/SaaS software reviews, has recently prepared a thorough test of popular IT management software solutions. TeamsID was part of the test, and the result was a very positive TeamsID review .
Today, email has become ubiquitous as a source of communications., but those email accounts can act as "keys to the kingdom" of passwords since so many sites have "forgot password" features that send resets to your email account.
When given the task of choosing passwords, people often take a moment to think about what they should use. After all, the password you choose will determine the vulnerability of your private information. So what goes into choosing a good password?
Today, passwords are central to the online security process. Passwords are used to protect almost all our personal and business information. However, as well all know, passwords can be vulnerable. So the question is: Will passwords ever be replaced? Let's look at some alternatives.
Some people like to choose a random set of letters and numbers for their passwords. Others choose a password that mean something to them, that pertains to their characteristics.
Congratulations! Your favorite team password manager now has a Safari extension! You'll never have to leave your browser window again! Add shared logins from TeamPassword, update existing logins, or create new logins directly from your browser... then never type another password again! That's what login management is all about, right?! ...
Are you ready to party, Firefox users? We've recently released the 2.0 version of our Firefox extension, with a number of perks to make your password management experience even better. First off, let's talk about Add-on Signing by Mozilla. Previously an optional step, newer versions of Firefox require add-ons to ...