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How to Change Your Master Password on Mac

Your Master Password is a big part of keeping your passwords safe, so it’s important that you make sure it’s strong – and, of course, unique! I’ll show you how simple it is to change your Master Password on your Mac. Why your Master Password is so important? Your Master Password is the only password […]

Setting Your Preferences on Mac

The Preferences menu provides access to the various settings that allow you to personalize Sticky Password options on your Mac. Setting your Preferences Click Sticky Password in the Mac menu bar and select Preferences… The General settings tab is the default tab. You’ll see the checkboxes that allow you to set the way Sticky Password […]

Installing the Sticky Password Extension for Chrome on Mac

The Sticky Password browser extension allows you to take full advantage of form-filling functionality. When installed, the Sticky Password browser extension will type your passwords for you when you log in to your favorite sites – so you don’t have to. Automatic installation of any supported extension is an optional part of the Sticky Password […]

Setting Ignored Websites on Mac

Sometimes you need to disable automatic form-filling for specific websites. For this purpose, Sticky Password offers our Ignored Websites feature that lets you customize functionality for the websites you visit. What is the Ignored Websites list Sticky Password’s Ignored Websites list is the list of websites that you create for sites that you do not […]

How to Add a Web Account on Mac

Adding new Web Accounts to Sticky Password on Mac as you go about your business on the internet has never been easier. Sticky Password saves you time and frustration by recognizing new Accounts as well as new Logins to existing Accounts. Now that you have Sticky Password running on your Mac, you’ll see the Sticky […]

Installing the Sticky Password Extension for Firefox on Mac

The Sticky Password browser extension allows you to take full advantage of form-filling functionality. When installed, the Sticky Password browser extension will type your passwords for you when you log in to your favorite sites – so you don’t have to. Automatic installation is an optional part of the Sticky Password First Run Wizard. With […]

Exporting Your Database Securely on Mac

You can securely export your Sticky Password database on Mac in 3 simple steps. This is very useful when you need to share your login credentials with a family member or co-worker in a safe way, or if you want to backup your Sticky Password data manually. Export your database Click File in the menu […]

Sticky Password Autolock on Mac

Autolock locks Sticky Password when your Mac has been inactive for a set amount of time. This is a useful security feature, especially if you use your Mac anywhere where there are other people, like at work, or your dorm room – even your living room! How to set up autolock on Mac Click Sticky […]

How to Reset Your Password Database (Mac Edition)

In today’s tutorial, I’m going to show you how to reset your Sticky Password database on your Mac. This can be useful, for example, if you want to delete your local data for some reason, or if you’d like to launch the Sticky Password first run wizard again in order to connect to another StickyAccount. […]

How to set up One-time PIN

Last week, I showed you how to manage your trusted devices and I recommended the added security of using a one-time PIN when authorizing a new device. Today, we’ll take a look at enabling the one-time PIN for your StickyAccount. What is One-time PIN? It’s the unique PIN code that you’ll need to enter when […]