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Coin – go gadget go?

Have you heard about Coin, the new digital holder for your credit cards? It’s very high-tech and gadgety, while the name has a pleasant, casual ring to it. (Surely the  name ‘coin’ was chosen to suggest ‘money or cash’, rather than the small pieces of metal that jingle around in our pockets!) The credit card-sized […]

The Trouble with Tribbles and Passwords

As just about anyone can tell you, the trouble with tribbles and passwords is that they multiply like crazy. You start with one and things quickly get out of hand and very messy. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are proposing a scheme to give the upper hand to humans; they recently presented their research at […]

The Ins and Outs of Scams

One of our favorite movies is The Sting (starring Paul Newman as Gondorff, Robert Redford as Johnny Hooker and Robert Shaw as the bad guy, Doyle Lonnegan). In the movie, Hooker and Gondorff team up to get even with Lonnegan after his gang killed Hooker’s partner. They craft a complicated con game to get even […]

Out with the old, in with the new

December – the season of giving and getting. At some point, when you’re getting all that new stuff, you have to decide what to do with the old stuff. We remember when we moved house a couple of years ago and came across 3 computers collecting dust in the attic. ‘What should we do with […]

Desperately Seeking Mo and Watching You

Are security folks paranoid? Sure we are. But, as the saying goes, that doesn’t mean that they aren’t out to get us. It also doesn’t mean that we’re crazy or that we’re wrong. Over at welivesecurity there’s a good write-up of FBI hacker teams being able to watch us (you, too -not just us paranoid […]

The Year of the Fingerprint?

In its 10 Hot Consumer Trends 2014, Ericsson tells us that 52% of the 5,000 smartphone users polled ‘want to use their fingerprints instead of passwords.’ Firstly, is Ericsson tipping its hand on what it has in store for us with their 2014 line-up? We suspect that they might not be enthusiastic to disclose poll […]

NSA Monitors Virtual Worlds, Too

It makes sense. If the NSA and other spy agencies are monitoring all communication around our world, then it was just a matter of time before they started checking out other worlds: the wild and wonderful worlds of online gaming. Or, maybe it started the other way round. In any case, the agency spies are […]

Lamantine Software Announces Partnership with Multi-Visions

Today, Lamantine Software announced a partnership with Multi-Visions Canada Inc. Lamantine Software, creator of Sticky Password, provides online password management and security. Sticky Password efficiently creates and organizes passwords, provides automatic login into websites and applications, one-click form filling, storage for personal data, and basic collaboration functionality for small groups. Multi-Visions signs-on as North American […]

Sticky Password Supports National CyberSecurity Awareness Month

October is the month of Halloween events, Oktoberfest – the world’s largest beer festival in the world,  but also it is a National CyberSecurity Awareness Month and we are proud to support this program and to help make the Internet safer and more secure for everyone by offering solutions to password related problems. We’ll support this event […]

Secure Multiple-Device Password Management with Sticky Password 7.0

Latest upgrade moves password management to the cloud for fast synchronization. Brno, Czech Republic, September 24, 2013 – Lamantine Software, with over a million satisfied customers, is pleased to announce the first cloud-centric version of their popular Sticky Password software.  In addition to secure generation and management of an unlimited number of passwords, Sticky Password […]