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Our development team has made it extremely easy to import your passwords to Stash from other apps such as Google Chrome, 1Password, LastPass, DashLane, KeePass, or a template file.

The brand new import feature allows you to easily choose which accounts you want to import and which ones you do not need anymore. It also gives you the ability to enter your passwords into a template file and quickly add them to your Stash. 

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Nearly every Canadian has heard about the August 2020 CRA data breach. If you haven't, you need to know about it. The repercussions of this stolen data will be felt for years. We are just starting to understand what has been stolen and how that will affect the thousands of Canadians whose accounts were hacked. How did this happen? How can you protect yourself?

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Password Managers are a great tool. They organize all of your passwords, help you create strong passwords and can autofill your login credentials for you. These are pretty standard features across the board. However, most Password Managers keep your passwords connected to the internet in some form or another. In this blog, we are going to explain the difference between “online” Password Managers and “offline” Password Managers like Stash (SPOILER ALERT: Stash is pretty much the only password manager that is truly offline). 

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