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  1. Android News

    The worst passwords to use from 2016 haven't changed much

    Every year security experts publish a list of the worst passwords to use. This year's '123456' is the same as last year's chart topper, with more than 17% using this shoddy password as security.
  2. Android News

    Chrome Beta v51 brings API for better password storage features

    Remembering all those pesky account credentials for every website and service you use can be a real hassle. Google is trying to lessen the burden when browsing Chrome from your Android device through an API that will make login extra easy when developers enable the option on their site.
  3. Android News

    HTC says they'll integrate the password manager Keeper into select HTC devices

    HTC has just sent out a press release that talks about how "select" HTC devices will come pre-loaded with Keeper Security's password manager. The company hasn't announced which devices will have the app pre-installed, but it seems like their 2016 flagship is a likely candidate.
  4. Android News

    Keeper Password Manager Updated to Support Marshmallow's Fingerprint API

    Keeper Password Manager has been updated with support for the new features of Android Marshmallow. In addition to adding some new features, the team has announced some new partnerships, like Samsung and Orange, that will make Keeper preloaded on a large number of devices in the coming years.
  5. Android News

    Password Manager Enpass Adds Preliminary Fingerprint Support

    Enpass, a lesser-known but still popular password manager, has added initial support for fingerprint sensors in Android Marshmallow. The new feature means you can launch the Enpass app and get into your password vault by simply putting your finger on the Nexus Imprint sensor on your phone