Passwords – The Cure For What Ails You

My hat is off to Mauricio Estrella. He tells a wonderful and inspirational story that begins with two things in life that everyone knows are depressing: divorce and passwords. There he was, a man just going through the motions when he discovered that those motions were exactly what he needed to get his life in […]

Android User Mag Review: Sticky Password Offers a Comprehensive No-Hassle Package

July is turning out to be a big month for all our German friends. The soccer team made its way convincingly to the final of the world’s largest soccer tournament (olé olé olé), and the team at android-user.de just published a great review of Sticky Password for Android. “Combined with the capability to synchronize Windows […]

Handling Accounts with Multiple Logins

Today, I’ll show you how to manage multiple Logins for one account. If you’re like me, you have at least one website or online account with more than one user login. There are lots of reasons to have several logins to a website like, let’s say, Gmail – because they make it so easy to […]

National Geographic Presents The Perfect Password

We’ve been fans of National Geographic for as long as we can remember. We love the magazine and their wildlife documentaries! Just writing this brings up a picture in our mind of a pride of lions lounging in the hot sun of the Serengeti! Now we’ve come across this short video on creating the perfect […]

Treat Yourself with Autofill for Your Applications

Sticky Password gives you the flexibility to define autofill functionality just the way you need it for websites and applications. Today I’ll show you how to automatically log in to applications that use login forms with multiple fields. For our example today, I’ll show you how to create an App Account with multiple fields using […]

Larry Bridwell Talks About Passwords with Hannah Kuchler of the Financial Times

Hannah Kuchler of the Financial Times talks with our Larry Bridwell and other industry leaders about the future of authentication – i.e. passwords. Advances in authentication methods have long predicted the demise of the password however there are many reasons why existing security techniques will be with us for the foreseeable future. In a “the more […]

Passwords Made Them Do It

A news station in Denver, Colorado, recently did an investigative report claiming that the local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) was biased because of a list of joke passwords that was being passed around the office. (Scroll down to watch the video.) Here’s our anchorman: “The idea here is that you walk in and they’ve […]

Changes at the Google Web Store

Note: Starting with version 33.x, Google Chrome only supports extensions that are available on the Google Web Store. Of course, the Sticky Password extension is available and ready for you. If you are using Sticky Password on an earlier version of Chrome (pre 33.x) and you upgrade to the latest version of Chrome, you will […]

Hackers and the Passwords They Use

Passwords are the Achilles’ heel of the average hacker. Just think how unfair it would be, if hackers were able to break into other people’s accounts while at the same time they were protected by strong login credentials. As it is, a recent study reveals that hackers are just as much at risk as the […]

What Is It With Big Sports Events and Passwords?

Have you seen the photo that’s been making the rounds on Twitter? It’s some important guy standing in the communications center of the World Cup that’s taking place in Brazil. On one of the huge screens behind him, we can see the password for the WiFi. (By the way, it’s been a great tournament, so […]