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4 Easy Things You Can Do That Will Keep You Safe Online

“Most of the problems that we really want to solve in the security field can’t be solved by computers alone.” * This simple, straightforward message speaks volumes to the approach that most folks take when it comes to their security online: they expect their smart and not-so-smart devices to do security for them. It may […]

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 […]

Digital Bliss or Dadada? #ChatSTC

Wow! As mind-blowing as it sounds, it seems that Mark Zuckerberg’s password for his Twitter AND Pinterest accounts was: Dadada. As a reminder: Mark Zuckerberg is the founder of Facebook! The hackers claim that they simply used his password (or some minor modifications) from his LinkedIn account. If all of this is true, then Mr. […]

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 […]

Will You Open When a Stranger Knocks? #SocialEngineering

We had the pleasure of having a meeting of the minds with Greger Wikstrand @GregerWikstrand on a recent #IDTheftChat – hosted by the Identity Theft Resource Center @ITRCSD and Eva Velasquez @ITRCCEO. We encourage you to make time to watch this quick 6 minute video in which Greger does a great job of explaining social […]

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 […]

Why Are So Many People Still Using Bad Passwords?

While there’s only 1 reason to have strong passwords [security + privacy] (OK, that’s 2 reasons, but they’re tied at the hip, so let’s call it as it is), there are as many reasons to have bad passwords as there are people with an online account [for the sake of simplicity, we’ll round up to […]

How To Import Your Exported Data

In last week’s tutorial, I showed you how to export your passwords and other data to an encrypted file. Today is the time to show you how to import those exported files to Sticky Password. Click the Sticky Password icon in the lower right corner of your screen and select Open Sticky Password. Click Menu in […]