We would like to share the practical uses of SaferPass with you, so in today’s article we will share an email we received from a freelancer who works remotely for several clients and has to deal with login/logout issues in various systems and apps on a daily basis. The email explains
Here at SaferPass, we are dedicated to raising awareness about all the digital threats and security measures to counter them that are available for our protection. That’s why we’ve compiled a security checklist for a comfortable security audit of your in-place measures and maybe even to find some new ones
Maybe you’ve already come across some form of ransomware – a nasty kind of virus that encrypts your files and holds them ransom for profit. A sudden notification informs you about the lock-down of your data with a promise to unlock them again for the exchange of – what else?
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This week on SaferPass’ Security Lexicon, we will be explaining VPNs. VPN(Virtual Private Network) is a term used to describe a technology which enables us to use the internet more securely. Today we will look at the advantages of VPNs and will let you in on at least 4 good
Strong passwords and a good security hygiene are no longer enough to cover all of the threats that lurk in the digital world. That’s why SaferPass has some expert advice for taking the security of your online profile to a higher level.
Bratislava & San Francisco, 17 May 2016 – SaferPass, a leading developer of online identity, security, and password management products, has closed a EUR 1 million Seed Round co-led by LRJ Capital and Neulogy Ventures and a group of global angel investors. The company will use the funds for continued development of
As more and more time is being spent browsing the internet, people tend to leave many of their favourite tabs opened, often not signed-in or with passwords written on post-its on their desks. We hear many voices preaching better security hygiene, especially in the case of passwords, yet users rarely
In today’s security lexicon, we will be taking a closer look on DoS and DDoS attacks, two of the most terrifying weapons in the hacker arsenal, which have been used many times by groups and individuals across the world to cause considerable uproar. How they work, how they were used
The average internet user has dozens of accounts and wants to keep the principles of good security with each one of them (unique passwords, combination of uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers, regular changes of passwords). Without a great password manager, it’s almost impossible. Many of us use the same