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Have Password, Will Sell!?

We just went to see the new Jason Bourne movie. Without giving anything away, the movie is light on accuracy as far as computers and cyber security go. For example, whoever approved the throwaway line that they were going to “use SQL to corrupt their databases” should get a new fact checker. But I guess […]

How to Export Passwords and Data From Roboform and Import to Sticky Password

Thank you for making the switch to Sticky Password! I’m confident you’ll appreciate the experience and security that you’ll have with Sticky Password. Now is the time to export your passwords from your former Password manager. Today, we’ll take a look at moving your Roboform passwords over to Sticky Password in two easy steps: Step 1: Export password […]

Multi-Factor Authentication and Office 365

Today’s cybercriminals employ sophisticated and complex attack vectors to penetrate the security (often meager security) that we erect in hopes of protecting ourselves, and our data, from their nefarious hands.  And, be honest, you know that your security measures can be a bit more secure. In the not too distant past, requests and warnings from […]

How to Import LastPass Passwords and Other Data

Thank you for making the switch to Sticky Password! I’m confident you’ll appreciate the experience and security that you’ll have with Sticky Password. Now is the time to export your passwords from your former Password manager. Today, we’ll take a look at moving your LastPass passwords over to Sticky Password. To start, I’ll show you how […]

Talking Sense About Passwords

Why is it that most news and articles about passwords lack common sense? Case in point: ever since the news broke a couple of weeks ago of a court decision against a certain Mr Nosal in a case that was obviously (in my humble opinion) nothing less than data theft or corporate espionage, we’ve seen […]

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 […]

Is Every Site and Online Account Worth a Strong Password?

I’ve seen a few posts on online forums (fora!) asking about the need for strong passwords on every site. To be clear, it’s not security folks and online administrators promoting the need for strong passwords, it’s people asking why they even need a strong password on sites that “aren’t important.” When you think about it, […]

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 […]

Unplugging the Dangers of Digital Distraction – #ChatSTC

New message! Check out this epic video! You won’t believe what happened next! Even without these triggers, most of us are constantly checking our digital device(s) to make sure we’re not missing anything. It’s become a reflex. We’ve gotten used to interrupting whatever we’re doing – even our own thoughts – in the hopes that […]

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 […]