Use Bitwarden with Fastmail to Generate Email Aliases
Bitwarden expands its username generator to now include the ability to create email aliases with Fastmail! This new integration allows users to generate forwarded email aliases through the Bitwarden username generator, as well as create variations of their email address when interacting with different people, sites, or mailing lists. Learn more about the added visibility and control this new integration can bring to your online experience.
Industry Leaders Security Rankings: E-Commerce Edition
Wondering how e-commerce companies fare when it comes to offering security-first password policies? So were we. From an end-user perspective, we inspected the password security friendliness of the top five e-commerce sites in the United States based on traffic volume: Amazon; eBay; Walmart; Craigslist; and Etsy. Check out the results of the evaluation to see how the most well known e-commerce sites in America performed.
What is Bitwarden autofill and how do you use it?
Bitwarden includes an autofill feature in both the web browser extension and the mobile app, and by taking advantage of autofill, you will find Bitwarden considerably more efficient and easier to use. Instead of having to copy/paste those credentials, they are now just a click away. Learn the trick to using Bitwarden autofill and enjoy a more seamless login experience.
How to install and use the Bitwarden command line tool
Imagine, you use Bitwarden on your desktops as your go-to password manager. But you also prefer the command line over graphical tools. If that's you, you'll be happy to know Bitwarden has you covered. The command-line version of Bitwarden can be installed on Linux, macOS, and Windows. Learn how to install the Bitwarden CLI tool and other important tips to help you get started.
How long should my password be?
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) states, “Password length has been found to be a primary factor in characterizing password strength.” To strengthen the security of your online information, ensure your passwords are a random mix of at least 14 to 16 characters. Read more password strength tips.
The benefits of offering password management as a service
Password management can be offered as a service to businesses of all sizes that want to centralize password security and streamline user provisioning but may not have the capacity or resources to do so internally. For managed service providers (MSP), learn the benefits of offering password management to your business customers, including secure password sharing, enhanced information security, automated user-provisioning, and more.