Password managers Dashlane, LastPass make it less of a chore to change login credentials

Shawn Knight

TechSpot Staff
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Security breaches and software vulnerabilities have flooded headlines as of late, often leading to leaked personal information that virtually anyone on the web can access. We've heard time and time again that it's a good idea to change your password...

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hutchris

TS Rookie
It seems that the logical next step will be to have the password manager automatically change your passwords on a weekly or monthly schedule.
 
G

Guest

What if your password for dashlane, lastpass, or what ever you use gets hacked? then your in big dudu.
 
G

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Guest said:
What if your password for dashlane, lastpass, or what ever you use gets hacked? then your in big dudu.
I wouldn't worry about it. Both LastPass and Dashlane employ miltary grade encryption to protect their databases so even if the hackers get their hands on them, they wouldn't be able to decrypt or break the encryption in a reasonable amount of time.