Connecting Your iOS Device to Your StickyAccount

Today I’ll show you how to connect your iOS device (iPhone or iPad) to your StickyAccount. Your StickyAccount is your online account where you can manage your Sticky Password 7 license and settings, and everything to do with backing-up and syncing your passwords on your authorized devices using Sticky Password cloud storage. Your StickyAccount is […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Login Automatically Even on Unusual Web Pages

With Sticky Password, it’s easy to log in to even strange and unique online login forms. In today’s tutorial, I’ll show you how to set up your automatic logins for websites that require one or more fields in addition to your login and password, as well as sites that ask for atypical or unusual data. […]

Quick Access to your Favorites

Are you taking advantage of all that the Quick Access tab has to offer? Not yet? Well, you should because launching Accounts, opening Bookmarks and displaying Secure Memos is now even easier. If you’ve been using Sticky Password for a while, you know that the websites and links you use most in Sticky Password also […]

3 Phishy Things to Watch Out For

The key to protecting yourself from phishing attacks and email scams is to recognize the elements used to trap you. Phishing is the use of social engineering on the Internet that tries to get you to click on links or enter your personal credentials like passwords, bank or credit card details, or other personal data. […]

3 Keys to Protect Yourself From Phishing Attacks

You open up your inbox and there’s an email from a bank. Sometimes it’s your bank, sometimes it’s a bank you’ve never heard. Sometimes it’s from a really big company like PayPal that the whole world has heard of, so it must be important! The subject line is something like: Problem with your account, rectify […]

Are PayPal Phishing Attacks Connected to Recent eBay Hack?

At the end of May, eBay announced that they had been hacked in the March-April timeframe: personal data from 145 million customer accounts was stolen! (If you haven’t changed your eBay password yet, please do it now -  I’ll show you how. You can even watch the video.). Since PayPal is a subsidiary of eBay, […]

Getting Started with Sticky Password

Today, I’ll show you how quick and easy it is to install Sticky Password on your Windows computer. Download the Sticky Password installer to your PC from our website. (You can also find the installer here www.stickypassword.com/support/downloads.) Go to the location where you downloaded the file and double click to start the installation. (The installation […]