You’ve probably seen or heard about “Spectre” and “Meltdown” in the news. Do you need to worry? Absolutely YES! IF you don’t keep your web browsers, apps and devices up-to-date. In a CNN tech article published Sunday, January 7, 2018,
Do you know any friends, family or colleagues who have had their email hacked, social media accounts compromised or even identity stolen? Feeling left out and want to know what it’s like to have no access to your bank
A few months ago there were news reports that the hacking of Democratic National Committee’s John Podesta’s email was made easier because his email password was “password.” If these reports are true, he wouldn’t be alone. For the sixth straight
The Not So Secret History of Passwords The password dates back to the earliest days of shared computer systems, all the way back to the 1960’s. The MIT shared computer system circa 1960’s Here’s a quick timeline of what happened
Meet Sara. Sara is the Director of Operations at a quickly growing marketing agency. The growth in business has brought with it a steady increase of tools and accounts that all need to be kept track of. New employees have needed
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.