LastPass lives in your browser as an extension. It sits in the background monitoring your logins to each website based upon the domain name you’re visiting. If it finds a new login username and password for a novel domain, it will prompt you to store it inside its encrypted password database. This video provides a quick overview of how the browser extension accomplishes these things and guides the viewer with how to get the most out of LastPass.
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- Cybrary (Cyber Library)
- Press Releases
- Instructional Videos (HowTo) – very helpful for our SuperUsers!
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To view some of our latest Newsletters, start by clicking the links below:
CyberHoot Newsletter – November 2021
CyberHoot Newsletter – October 2021
CyberHoot Newsletter – July 2021
You can also check out some of our popular 2021 Cybersecurity Awareness Month Video Blogs (VLOGs) from October by clicking the links below, or alternatively visit our Vlog page:
Software as a Service (SaaS) — Day 1 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Two-Factor Authentication — Day 4 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Smishing & Vishing — Day 8 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Mobile Device Security — Day 18 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month
vCISO, Why Do I Need One? — Day 30 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month