Here at SplashData, we’re big fans of two factor authentication. We recommend it for our SplashID personal password manager users as well as our TeamsID business password manager users. But we also recommend that you use two factor authentication wherever
As I prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving with my family, I wanted to take the opportunity to give thanks for our business as well. I’m thankful for our loyal customers — many of you have been with us for 10 years or
You might have some SplashID records that you want on your desktop only and you do not want to have on your device. To do this, you can create an extra user in SplashID > User menu > Edit Users.
Added a timeout period option to Security Options (in the Tools screen). So now you can leave SplashID Safe and come back during a specified timeout period and not have to enter your password or pattern again. Default setting is
Backup Your iOS SplashID Records In SplashID on iOS you can send All or a subset of your records to another iOS device. You can also Email All or a subset of records in the form of a vID file.
PBS picked up our worst passwords article!http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/insidenova/2012/10/the-25-worst-passwords-and-why-yours-may-not-be-as-secure-as-you-think.html#.UH124eaQZO4.facebook
SplashID got a great mention on Lifehacker as one of the best password managers available.http://lifehacker.com/ask-lifehacker/
Tip of the Week: Good PINs and Bad PINs A recent article on NBCNews.com discussed findings about the most commonly used PINs. You may recall we published a similar article last year on the most common passwords. Not surprisingly, the
We have done a preliminary check of our applications on the iPhone 5 simulator and it looks like everything works fine on our applications, including SplashID, SplashMoney and SplashShopper.Like other legacy applications, our user interfaces currently run in a frame