It is probably a good idea to start with an explanation and go from there. Login Software refers to applications and tools that are linked to log ins. They can be used to manage all your account logins, to sign you in automatically on sites, or to perform other tasks like generating secure passwords to make sure that passwords cannot be guessed by attackers.
The software comes in two major forms: First as web browser plugins and second as standalone applications for the desktop. Both types have their distinct advantages and disadvantages.
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Gmail, which stands for Google Mail, is one of the top email services on today’s Internet. With popularity comes the need to provide sufficient support for users who are encountering technical difficulties. Gmail Support is limited to getting help on the Internet. There is no phone number or address that you can direct your support requests to. You can either try the official help documents, post a request for help in the official Gmail support forum or send a message to Gmail’s Twitter account. Continue reading Gmail Support | Login Problems
Facebook earlier this year confirmed that they would improve the login process on Facebook by implementing two factor authentication. Today Facebook announced that the new feature has finally been added to the social networking site, and that all Facebook users can make use of it.
Facebook Login Approvals, that’s the official name of the feature on Facebook, protects accounts with an additional code that needs to be entered when logging into Facebook from an unregistered computer.
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There has been lots of talk lately about company server hacks. You have probably heard about the Sony incident where millions of data sets were downloaded by hackers. Last Pass, the company behind the password manager of the same name, noticed irregularities as well and asked their users to change the master passwords of their account.
A local password manager like KeePass would have been especially helpful in the LastPass case, as your data would not be exposed on the Internet at all. The fundamental difference between online and offline password managers is the storage location and responsibility. Online password managers like LastPass store the account logins and information in the cloud, while offline password managers store login related information on the user’s computer.
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