Did you know that the Google app on your phone can remember things. Your favorite color, your secret passphrase, your card PIN.. it can remember them all.
Did you know that Google has an online password manager that gives you instant access to all your stored usernames and passwords from anywhere, anytime. You don’t even need Google Chrome to view the passwords.
Learn about a simple command for Windows, Mac and Linux that will help you quickly find the password of a WiFi network that your computer is already connected to.
You can now login to your WordPress website automatically without entering the username or password while keeping the site secure with 2-factor authentication.
PayPal and some other websites do now allow you to save passwords in the browser. The Remember Passwords extension overrides the behavior and lets you save passwords.
Create unique and strong passwords for your online accounts using the secure and irreversible bcrypt algorithm. Available as a web app, Chrome add-on, Android app and an offline app.
You can easily create strong and un-guessable passcodes for your iOS devices – like the iPhone and iPad – using accented characters in the password string.
You can send passwords and other private information as self-destructing messages in Google Docs that will vanish after being read.
If you forget your Yahoo account password, you’ll have to verify your identity to recover the account.
Google Chrome, Firefox and other browsers hide passwords behind asterisks but you can easily view the saved passwords using the built-in developer tools.