Normally $19.95, this popular program provides secure, autofilling forms and passwords.
Following security "anomaly" and possible breach that hit customers of password manager LastPass, we talk to the CEO of competing service RoboForm about whether it's vulnerable to something similar.
The latest version of this powerful password manager throws in a new look and feel, support for Google Chrome, and offers an annual subscription to install it on multiple PCs.
The beta version of RoboForm's online password and forms-data manager lets you access your logons from any browser.
Popular password-manager RoboForm Pro normally runs $29.95, but you can get it today for $20.95.
Password managers can make juggling numerous Web site accounts a lot easier, especially when faced with a major security bug like Heartbleed.
The security vendor is out with a few rules and reminders for creating strong passwords designed to thwart the bad guys.
Security researchers say the plain text used to display Web site passwords leaves Chrome vulnerable, but Google defends its strategy.
Although the Web can feel like the Wild West at times, with gunslingers everywhere looking to separate you from your privacy, your log-ins, and your cash, there are some concrete steps you can take to avoid dem long-eared galoots.
The security vulnerability has implications for users across the Web. Here's what the bug means for you.