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Being Safe on LinkedIn

Today, it’s time for another tutorial regarding safety on social media. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve shown you how to increase your safety on Facebook and Twitter. So, today we’ll take a look at your LinkedIn profile. As I’m sure you know, just like so many other major corporations, LinkedIn has been a […]

Being Safe on Twitter

Today, I would like to continue with the topic social media and security. In the previous couple tutorials, I showed you how to be safe on Facebook and some more Facebook security tips and tricks. Today we’ll take a look at Twitter. Here are a few tips for your security on Twitter. Use a strong password and change it […]

Even More Facebook Safety Tips

Recently, I showed you how to be safe on Facebook. Today, I’ll introduce you to two more extra security features – Login Notifications and Login Approvals. 1. Login Notifications Login Notifications are a very useful extra security feature in Facebook. When you turn on Login Notifications, Facebook will send you an alert each time someone […]

Being Safe on Facebook

If you’re using social media, then it’s more than likely that you have a Facebook account. (I know I do! 🙂 ) Facebook is great for staying in touch with friends and family, but the security and privacy settings can be a little tricky. Every once in a while, the team at Facebook is known […]

Sticky Password Gives You Local Sync Options for your PC and iOS

Today I’ll show you how to use Local sync over your Wi-Fi or other local network. To take advantage of all the benefits of backing up and syncing your data, make sure that you’re using Sticky Password Premium. Sticky Password offers two types of secure data synchronization. Synchronization via the cloud – allows you to backup […]

Autolock on your iPhone or iPad

In my previous tutorials, I showed you a couple of options that are simple to activate and will help protect your passwords even more for Windows and your Mac. Today, I’ll show you how to set Autolock for your iPhone. Autolock locks Sticky Password when your iPhone or iPad has been inactive for a set amount of […]

Be Safe with Sticky Password

Today, I’d like to review some basic rules for working with Sticky Password that will help keep your data secure and ready whenever you need it. Use a strong Master Password and remember it. Your Master Password is the key to your encrypted database. A strong password is long and strong and not easy to […]

Sticky Password Autolock on Windows

In today’s tutorial, I’ll show you a couple of options that are simple to activate and will help protect your passwords even more. I’ve had a few requests about the Autolock feature. As you’ll see, it’s easy to set up just the way you want it. Autolock locks Sticky Password when your PC or notebook […]

How Do I Print My Passwords?

A lot of people have asked our support team about printing their passwords stored in Sticky Password. First of all, you need to be aware that: passwords printed on a piece of paper are not protected. If you really do need to print your passwords, please be careful: don’t leave any paper with your passwords lying around, and […]

Importing Data on Your Android Device

The past two weeks, I’ve focused on importing and exporting your secure Sticky Password database on Windows desktops. This week, I’d like to show how to use the exported Sticky Password database and importing it on your Android device. We’ll start by exporting your Sticky Password database just like described in an earlier tutorial. Then we’ll […]