Expecto Patronum!

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

New Chrome Extension Toolbar menu

Chrome browser is testing a user-interface change. Instead of allowing extension icons to appear at the top right of the browser the icons are hidden by default for all the installed extensions, making them harder to spot.  When the user clicks the puzzle piece icon, the extension menu opens and

Improve your security with two-factor authentication

Two-factor authentication provides stronger security for your SaferPass account and makes it harder for attackers to gain access by requiring a second step of verification when you sign in. In addition to your password, you’ll also need a code generated by one of the listed applications on your phone. Check

Have I Been Pwned?

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

Manage Your Subdomains in SaferPass

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

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