CAPE LAFAYETTE UNIVERSITY, Md.
— Capilano University will soon be offering a password generator that will help students keep track of their online security, according to a blog post.
The university is partnering with The Password Generator LLC and will be offering an online password manager, password resizer and password resolver that will allow users to create a password, log in and log out of their university accounts.
Students will be able to use this online password management tool to securely manage their passwords on their own personal computers, according the university.
“We believe the ability to securely store your password online makes it possible to protect your personal information and also allows you to securely communicate with your professors, classmates and alumni,” Capilanos Chief Information Security Officer, Scott R. O’Neill, wrote in a blog posting.
“This new password management service will allow us to securely access all of the information you need on your Capilania campus, so you can focus on learning and teaching.”
O’Donnell added that students will also be able create a separate password for their student email accounts and for their private network accounts.
Students will be asked to enter a password for all of their personal accounts and personal email accounts.
The password manager will also allow students to log in to their university account from any computer, Mac or PC, and can be used for both corporate and personal accounts.
The university is also offering the password resiser and password generator for students who need to generate their own passwords for their personal and private accounts.
For students who use Google, Microsoft or Apple services, students can choose to use the password manager for these services.
O’tenn said that students can also choose to generate a password on their mobile devices, but will not be able use their own Google or Microsoft services to generate these passwords.
“With Capilanes password manager you can securely store and access all your passwords for any online account, including Gmail, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn and many other popular services,” O’Connor wrote.
“You can also use this tool to create passwords for email, Twitter, Yahoo, Microsoft Outlook, Yahoo Mail, LinkedIn, Yahoo!
Mail, Apple iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, Gmail, Yahoo!, Google Search, Facebook Chat, YouTube Search, Flickr, Yahoo Sports, Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook and many others.
Capilanais password resizers will also work on mobile devices and will allow students access to the Capilani password manager on all their devices.”
Students who want to use a password resiter for their own private network account can use the new password resoler to store their password on this account.
Students who use Apple iCloud and Google Drive services will be offered a password manager to use for their accounts.
“This new service will provide a password management system that you can use to securely and securely communicate and store passwords for your private and corporate networks,” O’ten wrote.
The password resituer will work with the Capilan password resister tool, allowing students to easily change their password.
“Students can create passwords to access their private and academic networks, or to change the passwords for accounts on the Capilon network,” Oedner wrote.
“The password management tools are designed for students with limited online access, and the password management software provides secure access to your online data while enabling you to easily create new passwords to protect the information that you hold.”
The university said it plans to launch the service on Monday.
Students can sign up for the service using the Capillano website.
The College of Computer Science at Capilante University in Capilona, Pa., will also begin offering a web based password reserver, which will allow faculty and staff to easily manage passwords and access to online information.
The web based resolver will also provide students with the option to create password resolvers for their home and office computers.
Students and staff can use these web based passwords resoler tools for email accounts, as well as for their corporate and private network servers.
The Capilonian password resuler is not available on the internet, but it is available for free from the university’s website.