Pwned…? What does it mean? The origins of “to pwn” are uncertain, but it is likely to have sprung from the slang use of “owned”. This originated in an online game called Warcraft where a map designer mistyped “p” instead of the adjacent “o” on a QWERTY keyboard. “Pwned” is
From time to time you use multiple sets of credentials for the same website and its subdomains. The subdomain is used as an easy way to create a more memorable Web address for specific content with a website. SaferPass allows you to assign passwords to unique subdomains and make sure
Boo! Mummy crackers, cyber vampires feasting on the time spent on password recovery, weak-password zombies, data-dementors… Besides creatures from the underworld, there are even more scary beings in the online world. The cyber attackers are practicing witchcraft to steal your login credentials and use them for their malevolent rituals. In medieval
Ciao, こんにちは and Bonjour – now you can enjoy SaferPass in more than 11 different languages, as Japanese translation has been added.
Lately, we have been hearing more and more voices emerging with the opinion, that passwords are “doomed”, and about the alternatives which will replace them.
Facebook has killed both the leather bound photo album and the holiday slide show. It is hard not to be nostalgic for the first of these two things, but most people will not miss the latter. Especially not the excruciating details provided by a boring relative about their not-so-exotic trip
Phishing poses the greatest threat to users’ privacy, followed by keyloggers, and finally third-party breaches, Google’s research team revealed this week. Googlers and a team from University of California, Berkeley investigated how black markets work. SaferPass has you covered, share with your friends and get Premium.
What happened at Equifax Hackers exploited a vulnerability in Equifax’s system of protection and leaked data of around half the population of the United States, exposing 143 million people’s private information.