Away from the Dark Ages: Why You Should Use Password Manager APPs

Password Manager APPs

As we live in the digital age, we have to have access to 10 personal accounts on various services. This does not include work passwords for profile programs, email passwords, phone locks, parental control passwords, etc. Ideally, you should have a unique and complex password for each account; remembering them all is unrealistic. Sure, you can memorize them before bedtime or write them down in a notebook, but that couldn't be safer either. Many people take the easy way and create 1-2 passwords for all possible accounts, which is a red flag for security and a green flag for cybercriminals. This is where password management apps come to the rescue. 

What Are Password Manager Apps?

Password management applications help us deal with the laziness of remembering complex passwords and help protect our personal and corporate accounts from hacking. These applications generate complex, unique passwords for each account, store them securely, and automatically fill in the login information. 


  • For businesses, password manager applications are essential for managing and protecting employee accounts. Some password management applications have enterprise-level features such as team collaboration, role-based access control, and password sharing. 
  • For personal use, password management applications offer a range of features to meet individual needs. Some applications provide a free basic plan, while others offer advanced features such as two-factor authentication, digital legacy management, and secure sharing. Users can choose a password management app that meets their needs and preferences.

Password Manager Applications vs. Traditional Password Management

Commitment to tradition is sometimes a good thing. Many people believe that keeping a password from memory or in a separate notebook, not having the auto-fill password feature, and so on makes them more secure from outside interference. This is partly true, but keeping a password in a notebook or offline can be compared to saving money under the mattress compared to a bank account. No one will take it from you by accident, but the intruder usually knows where you might store the data if the attack is deliberate. Plus, a password written down on a piece of paper can be lost, a physical storage device may malfunction, or it can be stolen. In addition, research shows that "123456" has been the most popular password for decades and that users rarely try creating a complex password.  


In contrast, password manager apps are designed with all security protocols in mind, considering hackers' patterns and helping keep the network secure.

The Benefits of Using a Password Manager Application

Password management applications have revolutionized the way users deal with their online accounts. With convenience as a top priority, these apps make generating and managing complex passwords a breeze, eliminating the need for users to remember multiple passwords for different accounts. Moreover, password managers save precious time by automatically filling out forms and syncing passwords across all devices. With cloud-based password managers, users can access their accounts from anywhere in the world if they have an internet connection. And as far as security is concerned, password manager applications employ robust encryption methods to keep user data safe from prying eyes. Many password management apps offer two-factor authentication, providing additional protection for your accounts and ensuring maximum security.

How Password Manager Apps Can Help Prevent Cyberattacks

Let's take a look at why exactly using password management apps makes successful cyber-attacks less real. 


  • A password manager application creates a unique sequence of numbers, characters, and letters in a different case for each individual user account, which rules out a so-called chain reaction when after hacking one of your accounts by matching similar variants, criminals quickly gain access to the rest.
  • Password managers also offer features such as two-factor authentication. This feature eliminates accidental hacking because the user personally needs to confirm logging into the account from another device that only they can possess.
  • Password managers use advanced encryption methods to protect user data, making it harder for hackers to access.


In short, password managers make everything easier for you and harder for hackers.

In Conclusion 

Looking to the future, we can expect the integration of biometric authentication methods, such as facial recognition and fingerprint scanning, into password managers. This will add an additional layer of security and convenience for users. Another trend is the increased use of artificial intelligence in password managers to identify potentially weak passwords. MBS Techservices strive to be at the forefront of these trends to provide our customers with the best password management services.



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