passwords Tag Archive


Is Blur the Best Password Manager for Me?

Blur is many things – a tracker blocker, an identity shield and a password manager. Until late 2014, tracker blocking and password management were handled by DoNotTrackMe and MaskMe, respectively. With Blur, we rolled DNTM and MM into one suite, which means you only need a single login to manage and mask your identity – […]

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4 tips to protect yourself from the LinkedIn data breach

Reports surfaced today that a Russian hacker downloaded 6.46 million LinkedIn users’ passwords.  Even though the passwords were encrypted, hackers have already cracked more than 300,000 of them and are enlisting others to help decrypt the rest.  The weakest passwords are the easiest to crack, but hackers can figure out even stronger passwords with enough […]

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Massive new data breach: was your email part of the Epsilon data breach?

Everyone needs to take care to not get too angry at Epsilon, but get even with hackers and get in control of your online privacy.

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