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  2. LastPass Premium: Password Manager | AOL MyBenefits

    Share passwords and notes with friends and family who use LastPass, for convenience or in case of emergency. Store Digital Records. Securely backup and store important information, from insurance cards to tax returns, passports and photo IDs. Simplify Online Shopping. Make check out faster, easier and more secure.

  3. AOL 24x7 Live Support Plus with LastPass Premium

    LastPass Premium, part of Live Support Plus, is a simple secure password manager that remembers all your passwords for you. Save a password once and instantly log into any of your favorite websites from any device.

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    Managing your passwords with LastPass Premium. A unique, strong password for each web account is important, but keeping them organized can be...LastPass Premium comes with a strong password generator, password storage, and auto-fill as

  5. PBKDF2 - Wikipedia

    A Kerberos standard in 2005 recommended 4096 iterations; Apple reportedly used 2000 for iOS 3, and 10 000 for iOS 4; while LastPass in 2011 used 5000 iterations for JavaScript clients and 100 000 iterations for server-side hashing. In 2021, OWASP recommended to use 310000 iterations for PBKDF2-HMAC-SHA256 and 120000 for PBKDF2-HMAC-SHA512.

  6. 1Password - Wikipedia

    1Password is a password manager developed by AgileBits Inc. It provides a place for users to store various passwords, software licenses, and other sensitive information in a virtual vault that is locked with a PBKDF2-guarded master password.

  7. KeePass - Wikipedia

    A 2017 Consumer Reports article described KeePass as one of the four most widely used password managers (alongside 1Password, Dashlane and LastPass), being "popular among tech enthusiasts" and offering the same level of security as non-free competitors.

  8. List of social bookmarking websites - Wikipedia

    A social bookmarking website is a centralized online service that allows users to store and share Internet bookmarks.Such a website typically offers a blend of social and organizational tools, such as annotation, categorization, folksonomy-based tagging, social cataloging and commenting.

  9. Webroot - Wikipedia

    Webroot Inc. is an American privately-held cybersecurity software company that provides Internet security for consumers and businesses. The company was founded in Boulder, Colorado, US and is now headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, and has US operations in San Mateo and San Diego, and globally in Australia, Austria, Ireland, Japan and the United Kingdom.