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August 04, 2020
The twin dilemma - how to create strong, secure passwords without forgetting them? The solution is obvious - make use of a password manager. They’re common as muck these days, but our favorite by far is the brilliant Bitwarden.
August 02, 2020
Plus, Bitwarden is open-source and vetted by both the community and third-party auditors
Bitwarden was acknowledged as the Tech-Savviest
If you've added two-factor authentication to Bitwarden, but are wondering why it's not working on the desktop client, fear not. Jack Wallen shows you how to unlock this particular magic.
This free app’s simple user interface and strong encryption standards make it stand out from other password manager tools
June 21, 2020
People tend to stay with old but sub-optimal solutions due to the difficulty of switching to something better. Luckily, as you learned in this article, the process of switching from LastPass to Bitwarden is easy and intuitive.
Rivan V. Stinson
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May 7 is World Password Day, and to celebrate the occasion password manager Bitwarden released new tools. One tool lets you enter passwords you use to see how long it would take hackers to crack it. The other tool is a password generator like the one in Bitwarden’s app, to help you create strong passwords for the apps and websites you use.
According to SplashData, 123456 was the most common password in 2019. It's highly likely that you are using a weak password or the same password for multiple accounts. To prevent this, use a password manager like Bitwarden.
April 17, 2020
Kelly sits down with Bitwarden’s Gary Orenstein to talk about their password manager and how it can be both open source AND secure software. Learn more about setting up passwords and why it matters on Security Friday!
March 24, 2020
Passwords and second factors. All your devices and accounts, work or personal, should have them if possible. Use a password manager so those passwords can be long and complex. Get a YubiKey for that second factor where you can or an app like Authy or at the very least (if it's all that's offered) SMS. But turn on that second factor.
Step up authentication for password managers Given that home networks are often less secure than business networks, MFA is vital in these new circumstances
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