👍 #930 - What's the Best Password Manager in 2022?
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Manager or vault, it doesn't matter what you call 'em, what matters is that you use one.
The good news here is that it's really hard to go wrong, as long as you select from the most trusted and reputable.
What's the Best Password Manager in 2022? has the details.
Also this week:
- Yes: all security software can miss things.
- Maybe: clearing cookies before hitting the road.
- No: your encrypted connection may not be as encrypted as you think.
As always, links below.
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What's the Best Password Manager in 2022?
Your choices are many, and that's a good thing.
The best password manager is the password manager you'll use (within reason, of course).
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Should I Clear Cookies Before I Travel?
|Clearing cookies is an annoyance, but it protects your online accounts in case your machine is stolen.|
What is End-to-End Encryption?
|If you're sharing private or sensitive information, end-to-end encryption is an important term you need to understand.|
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What is End-to-End Encryption?If you're sharing private or sensitive information, end-to-end encryption is an important term you need to understand.
What's the Best Password Manager in 2022?The best password manager is the password manager you'll use (within reason, of course).
Should I Clear Cookies Before I Travel?Clearing cookies is an annoyance, but it protects your online accounts as you travel in case your machine is stolen.
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