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Getting Over the Password Hurdle

Like physical keys, passwords are supposed to be a tool that lets you in, while keeping others out. Many folks, though, see passwords as just a personal obstruction when they access their own accounts. To overcome this, they choose easy-to-remember and otherwise bad passwords. They think they’ve overcome the hurdle of their passwords, when in […]

Using Autofill in Sticky Browser on Your Android device

In order to allow you to take full advantage of Sticky Password functionality, we’ve included our own embedded browser in the Sticky Password App for Android. In this tutorial, we’ll cover using the Autofill feature in the Sticky Password browser on your Android device. Using Sticky Password’s embedded browser In Sticky Password, select the Web Account […]

Securing Your Router Keeps the Entire Internet Safer

You’re sitting at home, surfing the internet, without a care in the world. Your computer and all the sites you visit are protected with good passwords, thanks to Sticky Password. Your firewall is turned on. Your antivirus is running and up to date. You feel protected from all the nasty threats out there in cyberspace, […]

How to Change Your Master Password

Yesterday was Change Your Password Day and a few people contacted me about changing their Master Password. A good Master Password is a big part of keeping your passwords safe, so you always want to make sure it’s strong – and, of course, unique! I’ll show you now how simple it is to change your […]

Data Privacy vs. I Have Nothing to Hide

Privacy is a natural instinct that there is something we don’t want just anyone to know about us. Privacy gives us control over our circumstances. Just like our fight or flight response to threatening situations, privacy is a basic human survival mechanism. Depending on the situation, privacy can literally be anything: your location in a […]

Using Autofill with Chrome on your Android device

Last week I introduced you our new Action button for your favorite apps Facebook, Twitter etc. Today, I’d like to show you how to use the Action button even in Google Chrome. You can launch your web account directly from Sticky Password. Tap Launch. Select Chrome. Tap the “Login” icon to copy your login to the […]

How Online Predators Threaten Our Children [infographic]

How many hours does your child spend online or using their cell phone every day? Researchers have tabulated data to uncover that our kids are spending an average of seven hours a day on their computers, tablets, gaming systems, phones, and other technology devices. Our children’s technology use is quickly becoming their preferred method of […]

Autofill Even On Apps on Your Android Device

If you’re like me, when you have a choice of accessing Facebook or Twitter or other sites via a browser or using the associated app, you’d prefer using the app on your Android device. Today, I’ll show you how Sticky Password can make it easier to fill your login and password even in apps. I’ll show […]

Is Dropbox Really Safe?

Dropbox has grown to become one the largest file sharing and cloud storage solutions online for both businesses and for individuals. Due to this, it has become a main target for hackers and other cyber criminals who try to either exploit it for profit or steal large amounts of user data for ransom or unauthorized […]

Autofill even easier

With the latest Sticky Password build (8.0.6.145), we’re introducing a neat new tweak that makes Autofill even easier with Sticky Password! Let’s take a look… If Sticky Password is already running on your device and you’re browsing the internet, you’ll see small Sticky Password icons in the input fields. Thanks to the new Autofill feature, you’ll immediately […]