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Tech & Science Password Manager: Mozilla invests in German Startup Heylogin

12:40  03 october  2022
12:40  03 october  2022 Source:   drwindows.de

bankruptcy for Maschmeyer: The "Löwen cave" startup Kuchenratsch reports bankruptcy to

 bankruptcy for Maschmeyer: The The Munich social startup Kuchenratsch is about to end. On July 18, 2022, the young company had to register bankruptcy. The main reasons for this are the tense economic situation in the course of Corona pandemic and a not so successful round of financing. © provided by Finanzen.net Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images Carsten Maschmeyer and Dagmar Wöhrl invested in the startup public fame, the startup "Kuchentratsch" gained through the television show "The Löhen cave".

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Mozilla not only develops your own solutions that pay attention to the privacy and safety of the users, they also invest in corresponding third -party products. With this in mind, Heylogin has now managed a German startup to collect a total of 900,000 euros from Mozilla and individual other investors. The company from Braunschweig specializes in the passwordless registration.

The topic itself is not new for our community, even at Microsoft you are working to banish the classic password as much as possible from the security architecture of the users. The developers behind Heylogin want to make this process particularly easy by only needing a smartphone and you can do without a classic master password. Technically, Heylogin is a classic password manager, but with its implementation, however, offers the experience of the single sign-on in two-factor authentication. The master password is replaced by a wiping gesture on the smartphone, the procedure secured using the security chip integrated into the device.

Several well-known founders get on at Ecapital, one of the oldest tech funds in Germany

 Several well-known founders get on at Ecapital, one of the oldest tech funds in Germany © Christof Stache / Getty Images Christoph Ostermann has founded the solar companies Sonnen and is now an investor at Ecapital. Christoph Ostermann founded the solar company Sonnen and is now an investor at Ecapital. on the Solar Startup 1-KomMA5 from ex-sun CEO Philipp Schröder there were already intersections. In April, VC Ecapital from Münster and solar founder Christoph Ostermann invested in the startup at the same time. Now go officially common paths.

The contribution here is not advertising, we don't get any money for the mention. But since we know that many of you also prefer national solutions that are compliant with the GDPR and thus correspond to modern data protection, this article should be a small hint for you if you want to look at the service. For private users, Heylogin is free , in addition to the apps there are also extensions for chromium browsers, Firefox and Safari.

Heylogin (free, App Store) →

Heylogin (free, Google Play) →

F1 Star Lewis Hamilton Invests In Woods And McIlroy's TMRW Sports .
The seven-time F1 World Champion has been unveiled as an investor in the sports media and tech companyFollowing that news, it hasn't taken long for the organisation to announce a high-profile investor, seven-time F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton. Making the announcement on Twitter, 15-time Major winner Woods wrote: "I'm excited to welcome a strong group of investors across sports and entertainment to @TMRWSports. And first up to join me and @McIlroyRory on the team: F1 great @LewisHamilton.

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