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Bitwarden is one of the best password managers in the business. It's easy to use, open-source, secure, and cross-platform. Honestly, there are very few downsides to using Bitwarden.

And, as many of you may know, a password manager's best friend is a solid 2FA client. Though Bitwarden supports 2FA passwords from within the password manager as a premium feature, it's always been a better security practice to keep those two things separate.

Now, the team behind Bitwarden are helping up your security game by offering 2FA functionality in a separate app: Bitwarden Authenticator.


(Proton can now notify users when their information is found floating around the dark web.)

Proton's toolbox is ever expanding. From acquiring other companies like SimpleLogin or Standard Notes to building out features like Proton's Security Center, we have come to expect constant improvements from the Swiss-based company. Now, the aforementioned Security Center sees another update in the form up dark web monitoring.

Yesterday, the company announced a new feature that can notify users when Proton's system detects a breach affecting them and offers suggestions of how to mitigate risk. This retroactively includes breaches from up to two years ago and will include as many breaches as possible moving forward.


The bugs were found during a Vancouver-based hacking contest, and Mozilla have already released patches.

Mozilla released an update to their Firefox browser on March 22, patching two recently discovered zero-day vulnerabilities. As reported by SecurityWeek, the critical vulnerabilities were used in tandem to escape Firefox’s sandbox and allowed remote code execution directly on the target system.