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  1. How to change your Microsoft Edge password or reset it It may not be immediately obvious how to change your Microsoft Edge password (Image credit: Microsoft) All modern Microsoft products share a single account username and password known as your Microsoft account. So, the password you use in Microsoft Edge is the same password you use for other Microsoft products, such as Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office. In this article, we show you how to change your Microsoft account password from within Microsoft Edge. We also
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    Hello everybody, I haven't used for some time CD-Tag on my pc and i had a profile for which i set a password, but can't seem to find it nor remember it, any1 has an idea if the password can be broken? http://www.cdtag.com/downloads/
  3. Efficient Password Manager Pro 5.60.553 Still be worrying about so many passwords to remember? Now we have Efficient Password Manager, a powerful and unique password management software program. She can not only help you remember general password information, but also record website login passwords, software registration codes, e-mail account passwords, or even passwords for your FTP accounts, etc. A random password generator is integrated which saves your time meditating for passwords. Actually, the passwords generated by this tool are usually safer. Your p
  4. “The world should know that what they’re doing out here is crazy,” said a man who refused to share his passcode with police. As police now routinely seek access to people’s cellphones, privacy advocates see a dangerous erosion of Americans’ rights, with courts scrambling to keep up. William Montanez is used to getting stopped by the police in Tampa, Florida, for small-time traffic and marijuana violations; it’s happened more than a dozen times. When they pulled him over last June, he didn’t try to hide his pot, telling officers, "Yeah, I smo
  5. Chrome now warns you if your password has been stolen The browser’s latest version also aims to up the ante in phishing protection Google has added a new feature to its Chrome web browser that will alert users if their login credentials have been compromised in a security breach, according to the company’s announcement. This may sound familiar, and with good reason. The functionality builds on Chrome’s Password Checkup browser extension, which was rolled out in February of this year and has since been downloaded a little over a million tim
  6. Hi all ! I am using Firefox 72 x64 and want to prevent other people to run it. I tried to use the "master password feature" included in the app but it is not suitable. I would like to find a way so that the password would be asked just before opening Firefox. An extension maybe ? Password protect the executable ? ... ? Thank you
  7. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a forceful opinion today holding that the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects individuals from being forced to disclose the passcode to their devices to the police. In a 4-3 decision in Commonwealth v. Davis, the court found that disclosing a password is “testimony” protected by the Fifth Amendment’s privilege against self-incrimination. EFF filed an amicus brief in Davis, and we were gratified that the court’s opinion closely parallels our arguments. The Fifth Amendment privilege p
  8. 1Password’s “pwned password” will check your password on the list of leaked passwords in previous or unannounced data breaches. You must have heard about the various mega breaches like the ones experienced by MySpace, LinkedIn, Dropbox, Yahoo, Instagram or the one we reported yesterday in which 3,000 databases with 2 million accounts have been found on Dark Web and the repercussions faced by the users. If you also had an account at one such service then you can expect hackers to take control of your account, whether you like it or not. And, if the same password is used to access mu
  9. kuls

    Remember Site Passwords

    Hi nsane members... I need your help I need some software obviously freeware or shareware (with of course key can be available on net) that can store and remember the password of my sites. also have feature to automatically fill the credentials when visiting the page again..Just like "bitdefender wallet" feature ??? Can i have names of some of them .... I dont know whether i could find the best one from google search ? I prefer Nsane Hope it will not let me down getting the best software !
  10. Like many or all users nowadays, I have too many passwords to remember, since I don't use the same password between services. I was looking for a service to securely store my passwords, and I have read in many sites about LastPass. I'm testing this service right now and it's awesome, really good, but, I can't help thinking how and where my passwords are being stored, who can access them, are the service/servers secure against attacks, if the service goes offline for maintenance or problems, how can I login in my accounts? And many others questions... So, I'm here to listen a word from you guys
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