This Is The Safest (And Easiest) Way To Keep Your Accounts Secure

Having different passwords for everything and constantly updating them is a challenge for anyone – which is why we recommend Dashlane Password Manager. It’s the safest and easiest way to secure your accounts. Once you use it, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. But what happens if Dashlane gets hacked? That’s a great question!

Dashlane has state of the art U.S. patented security architecture that is very complex, as well as a variety of security features to make sure your Dashlane account is secure:

  1. They enforce a strong password policy for your Master Password.
  2. Your Master Password is never stored on their servers. That means you, and only you have it.
  3. They use AES-256 encryption, the strongest there is.
  4. They use AWS servers because they’re the best around.
  5. They audit their security carefully, like the IRS does taxes.

We only share the best products from our trusted partners to keep you and your accounts private and secure. Try Dashlane today and discover how much better life is when you never have to remember another password.

This Password Manager Will Change Your Life!

– No need to remember or type a password again.

– Easily use strong and unique passwords for every website.

– Sync passwords across device, automatically login to websites and fill forms with a single click.

– Monitors the security of sites with your passwords and notifies you if there has been a breach.

Once you use Dashlane, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.



FixMeStick® Named One of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Companies

FixMeStick® Named One of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Companies

FixMeStick® Technologies Inc. has been ranked as one of Canada’s fastest growing companies in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 award program. FixMeStick ranked 15th on the list and first in Quebec with 2,698% in revenue growth from 2013 to 2016. The Fast 50 program honours 50 Canadian technology companies with the highest revenue-growth percentage over the past four years.

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Bad Rabbit Ransomware

Bad Rabbit Ransomware

Bad Rabbit, a possible variant of the “Petya” ransomware, started hitting computers Tuesday, October 24th. The initial cyber attacks hit Russia, Ukraine, Germany and Turkey and have since spread to North America.

It spreads via a fake Flash update.

If you’re infected you’ll see a ransom note stating your files have been encrypted and asking you to pay a ransom. Keep reading to find out how to protect yourself!  Read more