LogMeOnce Eases the Stress of Remote Workers and Students Sent Home Because of Coronavirus (COVID-19) with Free Version of Password Manager

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LogMeOnce offers free password management suite in response to colleges and employers -- such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Microsoft -- encouraging or mandating students and employees to “remote in” due to COVID-19 outbreak

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Slowing down the spread of coronavirus is a priority - so should be protecting your identity and improving your online security.

LogMeOnce, the distinctive market leader in passwordless authentication, announced today a special offer for students and workers affected by schools, universities and employers changing the way they operate in response to the fallout caused by the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. As more students and employees do their work remotely, the LogMeOnce Password Manager Professional Edition will be available free of charge for the next 60 days.

As many schools and employers are mandating remote access to minimize the coronavirus from spreading in their communities, secure authentication and login from any location or device is a paramount concern for employees, schools, and students. LogMeOnce encourages everyone to be more vigilant with their security and use strong passwords at all times.

LogMeOnce has just expanded the capabilities of the Professional and free Premium editions in all countries where it is available. The company will also be helping customers meet their rapidly changing needs as they enable a much larger number of remote workers by expanding their usage at no additional cost.

In the past week, government official and representatives continue to announce new plans to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Similarly, numerous employers are telling employees to work remotely from home. Colleges that have canceled in-person classes include Harvard University, Columbia University, University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Washington. It is estimated that more than a half a million students are affected by these closures.

“Slowing down the spread of coronavirus is a priority and so should be protecting your identity and improving your online security,” says Kevin Shahbazi, CEO of LogMeOnce. “Our goal is to protect consumers, students, professionals, employers, and enable everyone to securely conduct their tasks and business, and have fewer worries to protect their passwords, identity, documents and photos.”

The free version is available at https://www.logmeonce.com/Easing-Coronavirus-Stress-Free-60-Day-Offer.

LogMeOnce offers a collection of patented and patent-pending security applications designed to help consumers and businesses protect their identity, good name, brand, and credibility. This innovative bundle includes patented LogMeOnce Password manager, LogMeOnce Mugshot and patent-pending Password SHOCK©. LogMeOnce offers the distinct advantage of developing patented products focused on protection BEFORE a cyberattack happens, rather than providing an after-the-fact insurance remedy. For more information, visit LogMeOnce.com.

About patented LogMeOnce Mugshot: This powerful security barrier filters access requests so that authorized logins get through but unauthorized attempts will not. Unique compared to other password managers, LogMeOnce Mugshot not only prevents hackers from accessing your accounts, it collects hacker’s metadata and helps you catch them in the act. When an intruder tries to log in to your account and makes an unauthorized password attempt, LogMeOnce Mugshot takes the hacker’s photo and collects pertinent information, such as the person’s IP address, GPS location and time stamp.

About patent-pending LogMeOnce Password SHOCK©: In the constant war against cyberattacks, this innovative security application adds a new security layer, by automatically alerting users about a possible hacking attempt while sending a warning to the attacker’s device to back off. If the wannabe intruder ignores the warning and makes another attempt, automated SHOCKs are dispatched to the hacker’s device. Hackers that get SHOCKed face the unpleasantness of a loud siren, obnoxious music, a vibrating device, or shaken display until they quit.

About LogMeOnce:
Founded in 2010, the award-winning LogMeOnce confidently helps consumers and businesses protect their passwords, identity, and data. LogMeOnce rose to popularity with its feature-rich password management platform, and then with its patented PhotoLogin technology that gave users the choice of logging in with a password-less selfie. As serial entrepreneurs, the LogMeOnce management team has founded and scaled up to global brand status multiple startups, with successful exits and acquisitions, such as the acquisition by security industry leaders McAfee and Intel Corp. in 2010.

LogMeOnce is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and serves the global market with an additional location in Barcelona, Spain. LogMeOnce markets and sells its solutions worldwide directly and through a variety of partners. For information about LogMeOnce, SDK, OEM licensing, and reseller partnership opportunities, please visit http://www.LogMeOnce.com, call (800) 935-4619, fax (866) 732-0324, email sales@LogMeOnce.com or Media@LogMeOnce.com. All other company, product, service names and trademarks used in this press release or LogMeOnce website are for identification purposes only, and are property of their respective owners. Use of these names, trademarks and brands does not imply endorsement.
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(800) 935-4619

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