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Dashlane's new dashboard for scoring password health can inform businesses' security strategies.
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When small businesses don't prioritize online security, they may pay the ultimate price. Dashlane for Business can help.
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Mac Premium Bundle X9 protects your computer from online threats with five apps.
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Stay secure on public Wi-Fi networks with a VPN [Deals]

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Protect your online activity and browse without restriction for life.
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Whether you travel for the holidays or as part of your everyday life, going online on the road typically means being vulnerable to threats. Snoops and identity thieves love public Wi-Fi networks. For protection and peace of mind on the go, your best bet is a VPN.

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This powerful VPN is full of security features, easy to use, and works on up to 10 devices at once.
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When you go online, you face tons of lurking threats to your security and privacy. You also can encounter annoying content restrictions based on your location or IP address. All these problems can be addressed by a virtual private network, so why aren’t you using one?

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Dashlane's built-in VPN makes online security a snap.
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Two more video chat apps have eavesdropping problems

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Following the revelation of a Zoom security vulnerability that potentially let hackers break into users’ webcams, similar problems have been found in two other video chat apps.

The conferencing services in question are RingCentral and Zhumu. The flaw means that malicious websites could potentially open up secret video conferences with anyone who has installed the apps.