Set it and Forget it!

Those people lucky ones that own a Ronco Showtime Rotisserie oven or those even luckier ones, who have just seen what is quite possibly the most popular infomercial of all time. You know that to cook two 5lb chickens, a 8lb pork loin roast or enough sausages to feed a small

Stay safe – when public wifi stops being your friend

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

One in six e-mail or social accounts hijacked

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’s new inside SaferPass

#PrivacyMatters for SaferPass. In the new release, available in Chrome Store, we’ve added several features that were demanded from users worldwide and improved the overall user experience. So from now on, you can securely store your credit card information and without your Master Password or the actual credit card, no

Update your Chrome extensions

Occasionally when Chrome’s internal settings change with a release of a new version or our own SaferPass extension requires a Chrome permission your browser will display a little exclamation mark. As described in the Privacy Policy SaferPass requires some Chrome permissions to be able to auto-fill your passwords or wipe

Learn more about your passwords with SaferPass

If you wonder whether your passwords are strong and unique enough, we have a very easy tool for you to find it out – the Security report. When you click on the Security report on the left side of the extension bar, you will see what the score of your

Security lexicon with SaferPass #2: Phishing emails

The number of cyber attacks reached its maximum last year and it’s definitely not going to positively change next year. 51% of adult US citizens suffered some kind of security incident between the December 2015 and December 2016. These personal attacks have been usually spread through phishing or malware. Today we