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Google Improves Its Password Manager to Boost Security Across All Platforms

Google has made a number of enhancements to its password manager service in an effort to make it more secure and consistent across platforms.

Passwordstate password manager hacked in supply chain attack

Click Studios, the company behind the Passwordstate password manager, notified customers that attackers compromised the app's update mechanism to deliver malware in a supply-chain attack after breaching its networks.

Password reuse defeats the purpose of passwords

Password reuse across multiple accounts defeats the purpose of passwords, because one account’s exposure puts all the others at risk.

Microsoft Authenticator brings password autofill to mobile devices

Microsoft has released a new version of Microsoft Authenticator that now acts as a password manager for Android and iOS.

Microsoft Edge is getting a built-in password generator

In the latest version of Microsoft Edge Dev and Canary, you can use a feature called "suggest strong passwords" to quickly generate passwords. Here's how.

LastPass adds new 'Security Dashboard' and dark web monitoring features for passwords

LastPass has announced that it is bringing a new 'Security Dashboard' for all users that helps them monitor passwords. It is also adding dark web monitoring for Premium, Families, and businesses.

How to import and backup saved passwords in Google Chrome

​Google Chrome Password Manager lets you save usernames and passwords and automatically use them to log in to websites you visit. If you ever decide to switch from or to Google Chrome and want to take your saved passwords with you, this guide will help you.

10 Best Android Password Manager 2020

Android Password Manager is an essential utility to securely store your credentials in Your Android Device. Here are the 10 best Free Andriod Password Managers.

Dropbox quietly launches an invite-only password manager app for Android

Cloud storage service provider Dropbox has launched a password manager app dubbed Dropbox Passwords on the Google Play Store. It is currently in an invite-only beta phase for existing Dropbox users.

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