Aren’t you fed up of having to reset your password each time you want to log into an protected account?
I’ve got the solution: everything you need to login into should be in a password manager to secure every one of your passwords and store it across all of your devices. A password manager will help track your passwords and keep them at your fingertip.
Free application exist and comes with top security as it uses an End-to-end encryption (E2EE) which is a system of communication where only the communicating users can read the messages.
- fast login
- allow team member to login without seeing the password
How it works
If you’re new to password managers, here’s how it works: You sign up for an account and create a master password. You then use that master password to log into your password manager instead of entering your login information for every different site.
In other words, you create a single password to access your password manager account, then install the browser extension. You login with your master password and then the Password Manager will fill in your password where ever you are. You can then log out and nobody accessing your computer will be able to access your passwords.
I have tried other password management software such as 1Password, DashLane, RoboForm and my top choice is LastPass.
Because it user-friendly, smooth,easy and the Free version is as good as the premium!
The free plan is more than enough. Save a password once, and it’s instantly available on a single device type for free.
With the premium package it’s available across all your devices for only 3$/month. Very inexpensive for peace of mind everywhere you go!
There is also money savings involved here when passwords are lost:
- you loose things that you bought
- you loose track of that course you purchased
- you loose track of that membership that you are paying for and haven’t logged in for 14 months
- you pay your team to recreate things that you lost
Get more done in less time without stress and frustration with a Password Manager!
‘CyberSecurity Awareness is not just a month thing, it’s an every day thing’
Protect yourself online!
Janice Dugas – Entrepreneur & Web Marketing Strategist
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