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Don’t Use a VPN…it’s not the ultimate security fix you’ve been told – By All Things Secured YouTube VIDEO
here are valid reasons to use a VPN (which I’ll explain), but if you listen to most YouTubers, a VPN has somehow become the end-all-be-all security and privacy app. It’s not.
Bitwarden Is Now the Best Free Alternative to LastPass – By Lifehacker
Whether you’re looking to make a change in your password management just because, or you’re a LastPass user annoyed with the service’s recent changes to its free tier, switching to the much-loved (and free) Bitwarden service is a good choice. Bitwarden is now the best free password manager for most people—since it works across all of your devices to add convenience and security to your logins—and setting it up is quick and easy.
How to Transfer Your LastPass Passwords to Bitwarden – By Khamosh Pathak How-To Geek
LastPass offers a free version of its password manager, but it’s limited to only one device type at a time. If you’re looking to switch password managers, Bitwarden offers a free, open-source service with no limits. Here’s how to transfer your LastPass passwords to Bitwarden.
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LastPass free restricts users to one device type in March – By Ben Schoon 9to5Google
One of the most attractive features of the popular password manager LastPass is that, if you choose to, you can use it pretty effectively without paying a dime. That comes to an end in March, as LastPass has just announced that its free tier will be restricted to only one device type starting next month.
LastPass Free Users Will Have to Choose Between Desktop and Mobile Next Month – By Andrew Heinzman Review Geek
Looks like it’s time to start paying for a password manager. LastPass announced that its free tier will restrict users to just one type of device starting March 16th. Those who stick with the free version of LastPass will need to choose whether to use the service on PCs or mobile devices.
Should You Pay for a Password Manager? – By Andrew Heinzman Review Geek
Password managers like Dashlane and 1Password promise to secure and sync your login information across all your browsers and devices. But chances are, you probably don’t need to pay for a password manager. There are plenty of clients like LastPass that can get the job done for free, and if you only browse the internet on one device, then it may be easier to stick with your browser’s built-in password manager.