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.
Summer is coming, popular destinations are crowded and web pages offering accommodation or flight tickets receive significantly more traffic.
This short video will show you how to enable SaferPass on iOS and use it, so you do not need to copy and paste your account details.
#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
SaferPass supports importing a file in the .csv format, which can be exported easily from Chrome browser.
Importing accounts from other password managers such as LastPass is easy with SaferPass.
Importing accounts from other password managers is extremely easy with SaferPass. Go to settings and in section Data pick Import accounts. Reenter your master password. Pick where you want to import your accounts from. From this moment all your accounts are safely stored in SaferPass. Enjoy 🙂