LastPass password manager turns free on mobile devices, but with a catch

Till now, Lastpass password manager is one of the best password managers available to most users for free unless you wanted mobile access too. Even getting that mobile access was not that expensive and costed just $12 a year which lets you sync and access all your passwords on any device. Now with increase in … Read more

Get 1 Year LastPass Premium Subscription for free

Lastpass is one of the best password management application / extension. AppSumo is giving away 1 year LastPass Premium Subscription to everyone for free. With Lastpass premium subscription, you can access all your passwords on the go including all the smartphone devices. LastPass has apps for Android, Blackberry OS, iOS and Windows Phone devices. If you dislike … Read more

LastPass App for Windows 8 released

One the best and favorite password management tool Lastpass has released its app for Windows 8 and is now available in now available in the Windows Store. As most of you already know that the latest operating system of Microsoft is slated to a October 26 release and we are hoping that every popular application on Windows platform will be releasing its app for Windows 8.

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Another Leak, Use Last.fm? Change your passwords now

It was just yesterday when more than 6.5 million passwords of Linkedin got hacked and then posted on a Russian website. Even though the passwords were encrypted, more than 300,000 passwords are said to have been already decrypted. Now we are hearing another leak from a popular online service. Last.fm which lets you listen to free music with internet radio has reported about a possible leak of user passwords.

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How to check if *My* LinkedIn Password was Hacked?

Many of you may already have heard this news about a security breach at Linkedin as some hackers were able to breach Linkedin password database and able to get access to 6.5 million encrypted passwords and then hackers posted hashes of these passwords claiming them to be from LinkedIn’s database on a Russian site as reported by Norweigan IT website Dagens IT reported. Out of these 6.5 million encrypted passwords, over 300,000 passwords are said to have been already decrypted.

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