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Basics of two-factor authentication with Bitwarden

Basics of two-factor authentication with Bitwarden – By Gary Orenstein The Bitwarden Blog
Using two-factor authentication helps increase user security for websites and applications. The name refers to requiring users to utilize two separate methods of verifying their identity in order to access an account. A common definition for 2FA is that logging into a service involves something that you know, such as a password, and something that you have, such as your phone, hardware token, or other authentication code.

How password managers help prevent phishing

How password managers help prevent phishing – By Gary Orenstein
If you are reading this, you already know the online vulnerabilities people face everyday on the internet. One of the most common threats is called “phishing,” where hackers with malicious intent (i.e. the bad guys) try to trick people into divulging confidential information like login credentials or bank account or social security numbers pretending to be someone or something that a person already trusts.

LastPass free vs premium:

LastPass free vs premium: Is it worth the upgrade? –  Joe Hindy

The app and browser extensions work the same for almost every platform. You log into the service, add your various accounts, and LastPass offers to auto-fill the login details when you reach any given website. Android, iOS, and PC all have slightly different methods to engage with it, but none of them are difficult. You should be able to get used to it after just a few logins.

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