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Safety First

We get a lot of reader questions at PCMag, and a high percentage of them have to do with security concerns. Here are a few recent queries our experts addressed.

ARE MANAGERS SAFE?

Neil, I enjoy your reviews. How can I trust a web-based [password] manager... to be honest about the security of my passwords? Thanks for any comments!

NEIL RUBENKING’S REPLY:

Plenty of other entities could betray you or leak your data. But password managers are solely about password security. A breach or (unlikely) misuse of your data would be the end

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