In today’s world – passwords are everything. They help protect your privacy – whether it may be your pin on your phone or bank, passwords to logging into your computer or websites – it’s always been recommended to use different passwords for different sites. But HOW? Remembering different passwords and not using those passwords every single day, may cause people to forget. And when the time comes and they need to log into their account – it’s either getting locked out or getting a password reset. Is this the right way to go about things?
Your password is extremely important, always remember that. So who would you trust with your password? There’s a few names that comes to mind, mainly – Lastpass and Dashlane. But why? According to security researchers who’ve audited these systems, state that these systems are as secure as saving your passwords in a plain text file. (https://www.forbes.com/sites/kateoflahertyuk/2019/02/20/password-managers-have-a-security-flaw-heres-how-to-avoid-it/#42de9e4c4e16)
So who does Supremacy use? What does Supremacy rely on? Our choice? Bitwarden.
Just 3 weeks ago – Lastpass had outages which prevented Home & Enterprise users from accessing their vault. (https://www.zdnet.com/article/lastpass-is-in-the-midst-of-a-major-outage/) Shouldn’t your vault be secured, not only from a hacking perspective, but from a hardware perspective as well? The folks here at Supremacy brainstormed hard about this, that’s why we’ve chosen to host our vault and do our own server hardening. If you’re interested in getting a free password vault (home users only), then check out Bitwarden! We HIGHLY recommend it.