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This article was published on December 1, 2014


Intel acquires identity management service PasswordBox

Intel acquires identity management service PasswordBox
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Intel has acquired Canadian identity management service PasswordBox for an undisclosed amount. The product lets users log into websites and apps without having to enter or remember passwords.

PasswordBox was founded in 2012 and will now be part of Intel’s Security Group. The company’s competitors include 1Password and Dashlane.

Intel acquires Canadian IT security firm PasswordBox [Reuters]