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 […]

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. […]

Connecting the Dollars: Data Breaches and Identity Fraud

We get all sorts of questions from people asking about passwords and online security. Not surprisingly, after a data breach occurs we get a lot of email about what to do next. Some of the more cynical folks want proof that fraud is related to data breaches. To us, it seems intuitive: when hackers go […]

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 […]

Passwords, Uniquely

“Create your own visual style… let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others.” Orson Welles (1915-1985) A key element of a strong password is that it must be unique. No copying! Lorrie Faith Cranor has flipped this axiom on its head. Lorrie, a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University in […]

Sticky Password Users Safe From The New OpenSSL CCS Injection Vulnerability (CVE-2014-0224)

Just two months after the alarming Heartbleed Bug made headlines, a new OpenSSL vulnerability has been identified. Labeled as CVE-2014-0224, the new vulnerability is a CCS injection vulnerability that makes it possible for attackers to read communication sent between a client and server. This is known as a ‘man-in-the-middle’ attack, because the attacker is intercepting […]

PC Magazine Review: Sticky Password 7 is Excellent

Check out the review of Sticky Password 7 in PC Magazine.  

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. […]

We Heart iOS 8

iOS 8 has just been announced and we feel like kids in a candy shop! There’s a lot that’s being introduced that will let us provide great features for Sticky Password customers. Access to Touch ID is super news! We know that frequently unlocking the password database – while necessary for security – can be […]

Security Expert Larry Bridwell Joins Sticky Password to Increase Awareness of Personal Data Protection

NEW YORK – June 4, 2014 — Password management software provider Sticky Password today announced that Larry Bridwell has joined the company as its Global Security Strategist. In this role, Bridwell, a leading expert in global technology security trends, strategies and challenges since 1996, will help bring more awareness to online security for consumers, as […]