Backup your Bitwarden password database
How to backup your Bitwarden password database – by BitWarden
Bitwarden password manager users may back up their password database for safekeeping. This guide provides step-by-step instructions to export Bitwarden passwords to local systems.
How to create custom fields for Bitwarden vault entries
How to create custom fields for Bitwarden vault entries – bitwarden.com
Most often, you’ll find the default options for Bitwarden vault entries to be plenty. Out of the box, you get Name, Username, Password, Authenticator Key, URL, Folder, Favorite, Master password re-prompt (if enabled), notes, and ownership. With those options, you should be able to create all the vault entries you need.
Filling in digit-specific passwords
Filling in digit-specific passwords – bitwarden.com
So you’ve tried to log into your bank account and are suddenly prompted to enter the 3rd, 8th, 10th and 13th characters of your password—let’s talk about that. Some institutions have come up with a rather interesting way of protecting user accounts. The method in question requires users to type only certain characters from their password. Say, for instance, your password is [email protected]$. If you were to lay that out in numerical order, it would look something like this:
Bitwarden 101: Setting up the Bitwarden Browser Extension
Bitwarden 101: Setting up the Bitwarden Browser Extension – By Bitwarden YouTube
LastPass: Keylogger on home PC led to cracked corporate password vault
LastPass: Keylogger on home PC led to cracked corporate password vault – By Paul Ducklin nakedsecurity.sophos.com
As you probably remember, because the bad news broke just before the Christmas holiday season in December 2022, LastPass suffered what’s known in the jargon as a lateral movement attack.
Protect your Android phone and Google Account
Protect your Android phone and Google Account: How to set a secure PIN, password, and biometric login – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
Thinking about how many passwords, logins, and sensitive bits of data sit on your phone can be a little frightening. So how do you protect all of that information? This guide will take you through setting a safer PIN and password, as well as having face and fingerprint unlock set in your Android device for extra security.
How to Create an Identity for Bitwarden
How to Create an Identity for Bitwarden – By Password Bits YouTube
Bitwarden Password Manager Review
Bitwarden Password Manager Review: Plans, features, security, privacy and more – By CyberNews YouTube
How to use Bitwarden on Android
How to use Bitwarden on Android – By Bitwarden YouTube
The Truth about Two-factor authentication
The Truth about Two-factor authentication – By ScottiesTech.Info YouTube
STOP Using Google Authenticator
STOP Using Google Authenticator❗(here’s why + secure 2FA alternatives) – By All Things Secured YouTube
Where Do Viruses Come From?
Where Do Viruses Come From? – By Ask Leo! – Tech confidence & solutions YouTube
How to access your vault on a public computer
How to access your vault on a public computer – By Bitwarden YouTube
What’s the Best Two-Factor Authentication Option?
What’s the Best Two-Factor Authentication Option? – By Ask Leo! – Tech confidence & solutions YouTube
Top 10 Password Tips & Tricks to Protect Yourself
Top 10 Password Tips & Tricks to Protect Yourself – By Dashlane blog.dashlane.com
When it comes to password management, common sense can sometimes be overshadowed by human nature. Despite our best intentions, we often fall into patterns that increase vulnerability to data breaches and weaken our cybersecurity. Strong password practices go a long way toward protecting personal and company info while making your passwords safer and easier to create, store, and recall.