Useful Software Subscriptions for the Techy in Your Life

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December 16, 2022
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Update 12/22/22:

I am sorry to report that there has been a significant security breach at LastPass stemming from a breach that occurred in August 2022. It has now come to light that the breach was much more severe than originally thought, and that entire vaults of user data were stolen. This is a serious concern, and I can no longer recommend LastPass as a safe and secure option for managing passwords. I have updated the post below to reflect this.

If you are currently using LastPass, it is important that you take steps to protect yourself. You should consider changing all of your passwords, particularly for any sensitive accounts, and be on the lookout for any suspicious activity or requests for personal information. It may also be a good idea to consider using a different password manager, something I'll be looking into in the near feature as we learn more details about this attack.

It's worth mentioning that LastPass does not have access to your master password because it is encrypted on your device. If you have a strong password, it is less likely that your vault will be accessed by unauthorized individuals.

For more information on the LastPass breach, I encourage you to read the Ars Technica article "LastPass users: Your info and password vault data are now in hackers' hands," which provides a detailed overview of LastPass' recent disclosure.

I apologize for any inconvenience or concern this news may cause, and I hope that you will continue reading my post for additional software recommendations and updates on the latest and most useful software subscriptions for tech enthusiasts.


In this post, I'll highlight some of the best software subscriptions for tech enthusiasts, including NordVPN, LastPass, Alfred App, and Webflow (you know I had to include this one!). These subscriptions offer secure internet connections, password protection, productivity enhancements, and website design capabilities.

The Value of Software Services

As a tech enthusiast myself, I know the value of subscribing to software services. Not only do they give access to updates, support, and additional features, but they can also provide valuable tools and services.

In this post, I'll highlight some of the best software subscriptions for tech enthusiasts I've personally used and recommended.

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Secure Your Internet Connection and Bypass Censorship with This VPN Service

First up is NordVPN. This virtual private network (VPN) service offers a secure and encrypted connection to the internet, allowing users to bypass censorship and protect against cyber threats. As a tech enthusiast, I value my online privacy and appreciate the ability to access restricted content with NordVPN. The service offers various subscription plans, with features ranging from military-grade encryption to dedicated IP addresses.

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A Password Manager

Streamline Your Login Process and Protect Your Accounts with a Password Management Service

Although the recent security breach at LastPass is concerning, I still believe that password managers are a great form of protection and a good investment. They can help you keep track of all your login credentials in a secure location and make it easier to create and use strong passwords.

I plan to do some research and switch to a different password manager service. Once I have made my decision, I will update this post with my new recommendation. In the meantime, there are several other popular password manager services that you may want to consider, including 1Password, Dashlane, and Bitwarden. These services have strong security measures in place and may be worth considering if you are looking to protect your online accounts.

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Alfred App

Boost Your Productivity and Automate Your Workflow with This Desktop Butler for Mac OS

Another great software subscription for tech enthusiasts is Alfred App. This "desktop butler" for Mac OS offers productivity and automation capabilities, allowing me to customize my own workflows and integrate with other tools. Alfred App saves me time and streamlines tasks, making it a valuable addition to my toolkit. The service offers various subscription plans, including options for personal use and team collaboration.

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Design Professional-Grade Websites with This Creative Tool for Tech Enthusiasts and Web Developers/Designers

Webflow is a software subscription that I had to include on this list because I'm a Webflow developer (and a bit biased). But seriously, Webflow is great for tech enthusiasts and web developers/designers who want to create professional-grade websites. With Webflow, I can use its drag-and-drop editor, CMS, and integrations with other tools to create websites for my clients or personal projects. The service offers various subscription plans, including options for personal use and larger teams. If you're a creative tech enthusiast looking to design your own website, Webflow is definitely worth checking out.


In conclusion, subscribing to software services can provide valuable tools and services for tech enthusiasts. The subscriptions highlighted in this post – NordVPN, LastPass, Alfred App, and Webflow – offer secure internet connections, password protection, productivity enhancements, and website design capabilities. As a tech enthusiast, I can personally vouch for the usefulness of these subscriptions. Consider trying out one of these subscriptions for yourself or for the tech enthusiast in your life.

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