Deleting Your Way to Online Privacy?

A few days ago, a columnist contacted us for an article about privacy. The question was pretty basic: how can people delete private stuff from the Internet? While the intention is good, we think the question is misdirected. One of the big problems with privacy online is that people think they are being anonymous while […]

Importing Firefox Passwords into Sticky Password

Add security to your passwords by exporting them from the web browsers you use into Sticky Password. Your passwords will be secure in the encrypted Sticky Password database. To import your Firefox passwords, right-click on the Sticky Password icon in the lower right corner and select Open Sticky Password. In the Main User Interface window […]

Jackass Presents: Goofy Heartbleed Guy

We know better than to underestimate the stupidity of our fellow man, but we think the guy who made fun of the Heartbleed Bug in the comments section of a recent The Switch blog (Washington Post) was either pulling our leg or trying to get new followers on social media. Let’s check out what happened, […]

1-Click Form Filling with Identities

Save time filling out online forms! Sticky Password Identities give you 1-click form filling and quick checkout when you’re shopping online. Having to retype personal info like your name and address and credit card details each time you sign up on a website or checkout online takes time and can result in mistakes that mean […]

Sticky Password and the Heartbleed Bug

Post updated April 18, by Sticky Password CTO Pavel Krčma Why your Sticky Password data was safe from Heartbleed. Here’s a summary of answers to questions I’ve received on our forum and via email concerning the Heartbleed Bug: Your passwords stored in the Sticky Password database are secure and have never been at risk because of […]

Using Autofill with Android Floating Window

Autofill on Android – part 2 (This is an extension of my earlier tutorial: Sticky Password Autofill on Android) 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. (This was necessary because of legal restrictions on add-ons and […]

Autofill on Android

Using the Autofill feature 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. (This was necessary because of legal restrictions on add-ons and plugins for the default mobile browser – Chrome by Google.) In […]

Holding His Breath Until He Turns Blue

At first glance, this story seems kind of funny, but it reveals a bigger problem. Mark Aronsen of New Zealand is refusing to change the password for his online account at the local power company. He says that he’s happy with his current password, and that the company is being ‘mischievous’ in their efforts to […]

Managing The Sticky Password Autofill Plugin in Browsers

All the Sticky Password autofill plug-ins can be easily managed in the Supported browsers section of the Settings menu. Open Sticky Password. Go to the Menu in the upper right hand corner and select Settings. The browsers in which the Sticky Password plug-in is installed on your computer are at the top of the list. […]

World Backup Day

Today’s the day! We know that you’ve been telling yourself that you were going to backup your documents and all those memories: important files, and photos of the kids and the cute pet pictures, not to mention your awesome music and video archives – everything on your computer. (You might not have thought that Monday […]