Tip of the Week: Use a Password Manager

July 28, 2022

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Password managers are crucial for anybody these days due to hackers becoming smarter and more advanced. It is one of the best practices to use for account security. It also helps you easily maintain all your logins. Below are the best password managers (as rated from third-party groups and security experts) to use:

  1. 1Password
  2. Keeper
  3. Dashlane
  4. Bitwarden
  5. Sticky Password
  6. LastPass

All these password managers charge a monthly or annual fee for their set list of features. Some do offer a free limited plan, but the full set of features for the best password manager come at a price.

Many wonder when using password managers where your data is stored. The answer is that the product offers a cloud sync option. Password managers can sync the saved password database tp the cloud use end-to-end encryption. All password managers listed here run on Windows or Linux PCs, Macs, and mobile devices.

It is highly encouraged that everyone looks into getting a password manager. Hackers commonly can get into your accounts, but a password manager puts up a wall to protect your accounts. Without a password manager, your chances of getting data or personal information stolen is at a high risk. The 6 highly rated; 1Passwod, Keeper, Dashlane, Bitwarden, Sticky Password, and LastPass are the most recommended to invest in. They ensure your accounts and login information within your business and personal life are safe and secure. For more information on password managers, look into their websites for further details, included features, and prices that match your needs.

Source; ZDNet

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