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BlurPrivacy

What can password managers do on Android?

The world is going mobile, and so is your life. You now use your mobile device to play games, check emails and read articles, but you avoid logging in to accounts on your phone because you don’t remember your passwords. Forget mobile shopping; typing in those forms at checkout is time consuming and frustrating. But it doesn’t […]

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Protect your identity with a perfect pair: Blur and your VPN

People who are concerned about their online privacy will often use a VPN, or Virtual Private Network, to reroute their IP address and make it appear that they are browsing from somewhere else.   Blur, the only password manager that also protects your payments and privacy, is an ideal partner to a VPN service. Why? […]

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What you need to know right now about LastPass and phishing

Recently, cybersecurity researcher Sean Cassidy revealed a phishing tool called LostPass that he developed to attack password manager LastPass. LostPass was even able to bypass 2-factor authentication, raising security concerns among the many loyal LastPass users.

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Privacy

Who is watching you open your emails?

Snooping Email Marketers are Tracking You It’s been a long day, your email inbox is full of messages – many of them unread. You quickly eyeball them, a few catch your attention, maybe you’ll come back and open them later. After lunch, perhaps, or maybe after that meeting. But one of those emails seems interesting […]

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Europe Takes Online Privacy Seriously. You Can Too.

The Netherlands is known for its elaborate flood-control system, excellent soccer and a very tall populace. And it may one day have a reputation as a world leader in online privacy.

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