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I am not the person in charged of the Home WiFi security at home, but I received an offer today to install a clipboard application. Visiting their website I noticed they do not offer a secure connection. We have a private WiFi, Windows 10, Microsoft firewall, Malwarebytes Premium AND Zemana Antilogger. I use a password manager, usually copying and pasting passwords. It came to my memory a product I had checked before, Spyshelter, which Premium option offers Clipboard Protection. So, I am just wondering right now if I HAVE MISSED ANYTHING, suddenly out of curiosity. Anyone who can post an easy to understand and definite answer it will be greatly appreciated since my interest is not anything regarding having to deal with security issues anywhere/anyhow. https://youtu.be/tZeEcnkMD9w
I have been using RoboForm for over 15 years without any problems. N Recently, I am unable to use it with Microsoft Edge. Now they want me to disable smart filtering in Edge. I don't think that's a good idea. When I contacted RoboForm they sent me this: ==================================================================== Noah replied (2018/06/27 04:53 pm EDT): Hi John, Thank you for your message. The error can be caused by a protection software like Norton, Kaspersky, Eset, etc that interfere with the synchronization. Please disable such software and retry to sync. You may need to stop firewall or disable (tune) some firewall features that may be called 'smart filtering' or anything of the kind. Let us know the result
Today I was having trouble with Dashlane password manager, pretty much the first time in 3 years. After force closing the process and rebooting twice I decided to uninstall and reinstall through Windows Add or Remove programs. I received an alert for malware ransomware and quarantine during the uninstall. I was not able to view the file or the path entirely and I emptied the quarantine and rebooted after trying unsuccessfully to figure it out. It was a temporary file. Could this be because Dashlane had to decrypt or encrypt some aspect of my passwords during the uninstall? I did not choose the option to remove/destroy my passwords/data as I was reinstalling. I ran malwarebytes upon rebooting and reinstalled Dashlane and haven't had any alerts since 12 hours ago and also Dashlane is no longer hanging.