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Voldemort Exposed | STOked 107

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We bring on Al “CaptainGeko” Rivera, STO’s lead designer, on a very special edition of STOked. We discuss the “Voldemort” being talked about in the forums. Find out why Cryptic calls it the “infamous Shield of Infinite Power.”

Plus: Some behind the scenes details on the new holiday event, and a bit of some news for crafting fans!

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Your Last Password | In Depth Look

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Complex passwords can be a real pain in the butt, after you watch this episode you’ll learn how LastPass makes great password management stupid easy!

LastPass’ Password Vault is protected by a master password and is encrypted locally, synchronized to any other browser. LastPass also has a form filler that automates password entering and form filling. It also supports password generation.

In this episode, Chris shares a few ways he finds LastPass to be exceptionally useful!

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LastPass – Password Manager, Form Filler, Password Management
Main Features:
-One master password
-Cross-browser synchronization
-Secure password generation
-Password encryption
-Form filler
-Importing and exporting passwords
-Portable access
-Multifactor authentication
-Fingerprint verification
-Cross-platform availability and mobile versions for premium

Extra Security Tip:
Take advantage of the LastPass multi factor authentication tool. It uses the Google Authenticator app on your smart phone, and gives your password vault an extra layer of protection.