New versions of SplashID are here for iOS and Android, featuring two big improvements we’ve mentioned were coming: – Offline Mode for WiFi and No Sync users: Users can choose to go completely offline as long as their license is valid.
I’ve been making the case for using passphrases instead of passwords for year, especially in our press releases about our Worst Passwords lists. Making a strong password can be hard. Experts recommend making them long, adding alphanumeric characters, upper and
Thanks for all your entries into the #WinSplashID Giveaway, especially all your wonderful stories of how you used to manage passwords and how SplashID has helped you! Here are our 15 lucky winners: a Rafflecopter giveaway We’ll be following up
Wow, the #WinSplashid Giveaway is going strong, and there are still 5 days left to enter. Thanks to so many of you for sending in such great stories about the challenges of managing passwords and about how you found SplashID.
We’re celebrating 15 years of protecting your passwords with SplashID! And so we’re giving away 15 lifetime subscriptions to SplashID Pro. We’re calling it the #WinSplashID Giveaway. Both existing SplashID users and new users are eligible. What we are looking to
How to Enable Two Factor Authentication on Major Sites One of the easiest and most effective things you can do to help secure your accounts online is to enable two factor authentication. Also known as two step authentication, two factor
I get a lot of questions about privacy settings on Facebook. Everyone knows that Facebook privacy settings are important, but many people don’t know how to get started making changes to protect themselves and their family members. The good news
Convert Office Files Into Zip Files With This One Trick Since SplashID is a great productivity tool, we’re going to start featuring some great productivity tips on the SplashID blog. First up, turning Microsoft Office files into zip files. Like magic!
Unless you’ve been truly off the grid the past few weeks, you’ve heard about the hack of Ashley Madison, the website dedicated to making extramarital affairs as easy as online dating. Are you one of those unlucky would-be Romeos whose
My article on protecting privacy on the Internet was published yesterday on The Next Web. You can read the original here or see just the text below. 7 Ways to Protect Your Privacy on the Internet By Morgan Slain, SplashData CEO