5 Bad Password Habits to Break Immediately

We all have bad habits—letting emails pile up in the inbox, getting fast food for lunch, leaving dishes in the sink. We all do it. The typical bad habit isn’t normally a big deal, but when it comes to managing your passwords, getting into a bad pattern can cost you serious time and money. We all know the hassle of forgetting a password and having to reset it, but that’s nothing compared what you’ll go through if your accounts are compromised because you managed your passwords poorly.

We all know the hassle of forgetting a password and having to reset it, but that’s nothing compared to what you’ll go through if your accounts are compromised because you managed your passwords poorly.

It’s the age-old story of a company that uses the same password for everything, one unimportant site gets hacked, and the attacker proceeds to log into all of their sites.

Luckily, with the right strategies and tools, building good password habits is easy. Read on to learn about bad password management habits and how you can fix them.

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Introducing Avatars: See the People You’ll Be Sharing Passwords With

We here at TeamPassword know how important security is to you. If it wasn’t, you wouldn’t be bothering to search for the best enterprise password manager.  But you are, and that’s why we’re excited to announce our newest feature: Avatars!

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Performance Update: The Need for (more!) Speed

Sometimes, the best things in life are felt and not seen. For example, the wind. Or maybe that nice, satisfied sleepy feeling you get after eating a large Thanksgiving feast.

Today, TeamPassword is that post-Thanksgiving feast feeling. Our team has worked tirelessly on improving the performance of our product, and though you may not be able to see the improvements, you’ll feel them, especially if you’re one of our customers with lots of logins and users.

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