CEO LogmeOnce Kevin Shahbazi: Usque Heartbleed Passwords non mutantur tua est fixa bug

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Apr 15, 2014CEO LogmeOnce Kevin Shahbazi: Usque Heartbleed Passwords non mutantur tua est fixa bug

In the wake of the Heart bleed Bug, some inexperienced vendors are suggesting users change their passwords, but this won’t protect them from further attacks

Suspendisse, D.C., Aprilis 15, 2014 - Ultima septimana, the Heart bleed bug was discovered. Ex illo tempore, satis multi concionatorum rueret imperitos paucis inconsulte dicta extinguetur. Users ut statim mutare necesse est unum eorum aliud est eorum ponere in online securitatem passwords sic possunt. Secundum CEO et LogmeOnce securitatem periti Kevin Shahbazi, hoc non solum non custodiat te, potuit augeri periculo cyber impetum.

“Users should not change their passwords right now, it will not help the situation,"Inquit Shahbazi. “The problem with sites affected by the Heart bleed Bug is that hackers can visibly see your passwords. And until the infected sites clear up the problem themselves, it is advisable not to change your password. And be careful because the Heart bleed Bug affects more than just websites, it can also get into smart phones, security cameras, switches, virtual private networks, company video conferences, etc.. It’s a very serious security issue and that can’t be overstated.”

This problem stems from the fact that the majority of people rely on one layer of protection (ex. SSL). LogmeOnce believes security is a multi-layered approach to build your defenses. Because LogmeOnce doesn’t use a third-party USB sticks, their military-grade, 26-layer encryption method operates entirely within the LogmeOnce system, dum meliorem praesidium.
This is the only company in the market that offers one unified solution a software key and a hardware key without the need for third party integration, quo modo maior securitas usque in finem users.
Nova off experientia in sua spera Digital, per quod acquiritur per McAfee 2010, founders Kevin and Mike Shahbazi launched LogmeOnce on April 3. The LogmeOnce password manager lets users securely log in from any device with a master password. LogmeOnce is the only company in the market that provides users with multiple options to save their credentials and store in an encrypted cloud, their own desktop or a LogmeOnce USB. Etiam multi-factor sustinet authenticas, quod significantly succisione lignorum quantum temporis et eorum conatus users postulo administrare rationes in animi pacis det eis.

About LogmeOnce
Confidently helping consumers and organizations protect their identity, data and information with identity and access management solutions, LogmeOnce develops, markets and supports a seamless and secure Single Sign-On, Identity and Access Management productivity suite. During the past two decades, the LogmeOnce executive management team has earned a global reputation for innovative, standards-based, security solutions and has captured numerous national and international industry awards. As an Independent Software Vendor (ISV), LogmeOnce’s security suite includes a wide range of products, productivity solutions, cryptographic and e-security applications. LogmeOnce markets and sells its solutions worldwide directly and through a variety of partners.
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