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8 Essential Tools For the Digital Hoarder

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8 Essential Tools For the Digital Hoarder

Yes – I’m a digital hoarder – and my hard drive was so full I had to buy a 4TB NAS. Movies, music, photos, eBooks, stock footage — I just know I’ll get around to watching, listening, reading or making use of them someday. Without the proper tools (or counselling, probably) a collection like that can quickly grow out of hand. But I’m not here to judge – no, I’m going to enable you. These tools should help, at least until you realise it’s time to purge yourself of these meaningly virtual things.

19-07-2013
8 Essential Tools For the Digital Hoarder
Sticky Password Pro 6.0: Keep Your Passwords Safe and Organized [Giveaway]

Windows

Sticky Password Pro 6.0: Keep Your Passwords Safe and Organized [Giveaway]

Online passwords are something of a double-edged sword. In order to be safe, you need to have multiple unique passwords that are complicated enough that they won’t be cracked or brute forced easily – but with every additional password, it becomes harder to track them all. The usual alternative is to use one password for everything, but this is not the path you want to take. Instead, use Sticky Password. We’re giving away 25 copies of Sticky Password Pro 6.0 worth a total of $750 for FREE!

13-05-2013
Sticky Password Pro 6.0: Keep Your Passwords Safe and Organized [Giveaway]
KeePass Password Safe – The Ultimate Encrypted Password System [Windows, Portable]

Windows

KeePass Password Safe – The Ultimate Encrypted Password System [Windows, Portable]

Securely store your passwords. Complete with encryption and a decent password generator – not to mention plugins for Chrome and Firefox – KeePass just might be the best password management system out there. If you read our password management guide you will know the importance of having diverse passwords. Sure, using one password for all of your online services is simple…until someone compromises one of your accounts.

08-05-2013
KeePass Password Safe – The Ultimate Encrypted Password System [Windows, Portable]
7 Ways To Make Up Passwords That Are Both Secure & Memorable

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7 Ways To Make Up Passwords That Are Both Secure & Memorable

Having a different password for each service is a must in today’s online world, but there’s a terrible weakness to randomly generated passwords: it’s impossible to remember them all. But how can you possibly remember hundreds of passwords? The human brain is only capable of so much, isn’t it? Let me fill you in on some priceless tips and tricks on creating strong, solid passwords that are impossible to guess, but easy to remember.

12-04-2013
7 Ways To Make Up Passwords That Are Both Secure & Memorable
PWGen – A Very Advanced Password Generator [Windows]

Windows

PWGen – A Very Advanced Password Generator [Windows]

If you aren’t using cryptographically-strong passwords by now, you’re late. Trusting LastPass is not for everyone. No matter how much security software you have installed, a secure password is always going to be the foundation of basic online security and you’ve got to get used to it. A few years ago, I went through a phase where I spent several hours in a single day revising all of my passwords.

10-03-2013
PWGen – A Very Advanced Password Generator [Windows]
6 Steps You Need To Take To Fortify Your Online Presence

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6 Steps You Need To Take To Fortify Your Online Presence

These days, online safety feels like an overwhelming and complicated endeavor. Whether you’re answering e-mails, browsing the Internet, downloading music or buying things online, it seems like there are dangers everywhere you turn. You’ve got hackers trying to install keyloggers on your computer, shady characters attempting to intercept your Internet traffic, and criminals attempting to hack into your bank or Paypal account. With all of these threats, what on Earth is a regular user to do?

10-10-2012
6 Steps You Need To Take To Fortify Your Online Presence
The MUO Security Checklist: What You Need To Do Right Now To Be Safe

Windows

The MUO Security Checklist: What You Need To Do Right Now To Be Safe

Security can be an overwhelming subject – there are so many potential problems we need to think about when securing our computers, our online accounts, and our wireless networks. This list should help simplify things – follow this checklist and you’ll be well on your way to staying safe on a dangerous Internet. Many security problems are caused by other people, whether it’s a company releasing software with dangerous security holes or a website getting hacked.

10-10-2012
The MUO Security Checklist: What You Need To Do Right Now To Be Safe
LastPass for Firefox: The Ideal Password Management System

Browsers

LastPass for Firefox: The Ideal Password Management System

If you’ve not yet decided to use a password manager for your myriad logins online, it’s time you took a look at one of the best options around: LastPass. Many people are cautious about using a password manager, while others are often just undecided about which services are safe enough to use. LastPass is one of the safest password managers around and it is made especially useful by being available as a plugin for a wide variety of browsers.

30-08-2012
LastPass for Firefox: The Ideal Password Management System
LastPass Premium: Treat Yourself To The Best Password Management Ever [Rewards]

Browsers

LastPass Premium: Treat Yourself To The Best Password Management Ever [Rewards]

If you’ve never heard of LastPass, I’m sorry to say that you have been living under a rock. However, you are reading this article, so you’ve already made a step in the right direction. LastPass is one of the best password managers currently available, and it’s basic feature set is pretty hefty, and should be enough for a lot of people. But if you love it so much (like most people do), then it’s worth going straight for the Premium version of the service

23-08-2012
LastPass Premium: Treat Yourself To The Best Password Management Ever [Rewards]
Pocket – A Handy, Free Personal Information Safe With A Desktop Counterpart [Android]

Android

Pocket – A Handy, Free Personal Information Safe With A Desktop Counterpart [Android]

Pocket, is a free information “wallet” for Android, and one of the most recent entries in our Best of Android page. Pocket can be used for managing passwords, but also other information. It has built-in Dropbox sync, and a lovely cross-platform desktop client. And it’s entirely free, too.

20-04-2012
Pocket – A Handy, Free Personal Information Safe With A Desktop Counterpart [Android]
Dashlane – A Slick New Password Manager, Form Filler & Online Shopping Assistant

Windows Mac

Dashlane – A Slick New Password Manager, Form Filler & Online Shopping Assistant

If you’ve tried a few password managers before, you’ve probably learned to expect some roughness around the edges. They’re solid, useful applications, but their interfaces can be overly complex and inconvenient. Dashlane doesn’t just reduce the friction entailed with entering passwords, personal data and payment information on the Web; it also reduces the friction that’s accompanied password managers themselves.

27-02-2012
Dashlane – A Slick New Password Manager, Form Filler & Online Shopping Assistant
Tame Password Chaos With SafeWallet [Giveaway]

Windows

Tame Password Chaos With SafeWallet [Giveaway]

Passwords — who doesn’t have more of them than they can remember? A password manager can help you get your password situation under control, and SafeWallet is one of the best. This week, we’re giving away 25 copies of SafeWallet in your preferred desktop client (Windows/Mac) and mobile client (iPhone/Android) worth almost $500 in total!

27-02-2012
Tame Password Chaos With SafeWallet [Giveaway]
Use A Password Management Strategy To Simplify Your Life

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Use A Password Management Strategy To Simplify Your Life

Much of the advice around passwords has been near-impossible to follow: use a strong password containing numbers, letters and special characters; change it regularly; come up with a completely unique password for each account etc. It’s no wonder so many people have thrown up their hands and given up on password security. Here, we’ll show you some simple ways to get your passwords in order and save brain power.

13-02-2012
Use A Password Management Strategy To Simplify Your Life
4 Open Source Password Managers To Keep Your Passwords Safe

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4 Open Source Password Managers To Keep Your Passwords Safe

Even if you’re accustomed to your beloved and convenient commercial password manager, it’s probably not a bad idea to try other ultra secure applications that offer some of the same features and risk less at your expense. If you’re ready for some password manager goodness, read on!

04-07-2011
4 Open Source Password Managers To Keep Your Passwords Safe
RoboForm Desktop – Keep Your Passwords Safe & Secure

Windows

RoboForm Desktop – Keep Your Passwords Safe & Secure

If you use a different password for every website, how will you ever be able to remember them all? You won’t, of course, and that’s where a password manager comes in, where you only need to remember one “master password”, protecting all other unique passwords. If you’ve never used one before and the concept seems a bit intimidating, it’s very possible RoboForm is what you’ve been waiting for all along.

24-06-2011
RoboForm Desktop – Keep Your Passwords Safe & Secure