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These four password managers (1Password, Clipperz, LastPass, RoboForm) offer security anytime, anywhere...
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McLovin

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I am not using any of the ones that have been recommended there. Since I like to have my password on the go with me being at TAFE and stuff I like to know what they are. The program that I use is Keepass Portable and I think that it does the job that I want it to do.
 

K__M

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I am using lastpass.

The only other one in that list i have seen before is Roboform.
 
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lastpass for me, too many account and complicated passwords to retain all of them. it is free and easy to use.
 
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I am using Lastpass also.. I have come to love lastpass, and see no need for another.
 

bogdan

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as a side note, lastPass added support for Google Authenticator as another multifactor authentication method link.
 

WinAndLinuxTutorials

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I have the most secure password manager ever, no password required and no one can access it: Brain :D

But sadly, it gets many of the passwords lost :(
 

jamescv7

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It was my first time to used Lastpass and loving it. This will also help and complement even my brain and written in paper too.
 

Overkill

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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

I've started using Keepass portable and I really like it, thanks goes to Earth for mentioning it to me :)
 

MalwareVirus

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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

So many votes for Last Pass,but first time when i use the passward manegar its "norton identity safe" & like it too much & also it has a URL cheker too :)
 

nishadrox

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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

LastPass FTW! Norton ID Safe doesn't support all the browsers where as on Lastpass.com we can download browser extensions separately as needed. :)
 

Exterminator

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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

I use LastPass.The only other one I have used in the past was Roboform.I like LastPass the best its easy and secure
 

DiabloBlack

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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

I am a long time user of RoboForm (10+ years). Yes it is a paid product and LastPass is free so why no switch. Well I have tried LastPass and would probably switch to it if it wasn't for two things. One, It refuses to work properly for logging into my bank. That alone is a game killer for me. Two, I also use RoboForm at my job and while both RoboForm and LastPass have the ability to sync your passcards with a server so you have access to them anywhere. RoboForm allows for a desktop version where you don't "have" to have an account to sync your data with a server. This is critical for me for my job as I would probably get fired if I was storing logon credentials for sites inside our intranet on a internet server. No matter how secure LastPass claims to be this would be a major no-no. So RoboForm is my current product of choice. As others have mentioned I use some seriously hard generated passwords and a password manager is a must.
 

treefrog'

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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

lastpass premium
paid version as I need my passwords synched to my other devices
this is a good security breakdown of lastpass - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9Q_anb7pwg
you may wanna skip to about 52min in :D
 
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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

i use Lastpass for non-sensitive websites, for the sensitive ones my brain is good enough for the moment.
 

treefrog'

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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

Umbra Corp. said:
i use Lastpass for non-sensitive websites, for the sensitive ones my brain is good enough for the moment.
good luck with 4N6tJ2349wKf5b%H!$g3KesD!f3ua*CN
:D
 
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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

no need to do complicated , i use para-phrases with "hacker style" and one special character between each word

ex:

my paraphrase : feel the power of the dark side > hacker style and $ as a special character > f33l$th3$p0w3r$0f$th3$d4rk$s1d3$

easy and secure
 

LawnTractor

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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

www.LoginCode.com - works on sites others didn't. 2MB download, 5MB in memory, simple set-up, nothing fancy - it just works. Unlimited and FREE.
 

treefrog'

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RE: Best Password Managers: Top 4 Reviewed

Umbra Corp. said:
no need to do complicated , i use para-phrases with "hacker style" and one special character between each word

ex:

my paraphrase : feel the power of the dark side > hacker style and $ as a special character > f33l$th3$p0w3r$0f$th3$d4rk$s1d3$

easy and secure
padding out a good sized passphrase is a good method :)
I use the same method to memorize 2 passwords -
lastpass initial log in and truecrypt bootloader password
both different, both 64 character and containing at least 1 lower case + 1 upper case + 1 number + 1 special character
typing 2 64 character passwords is more than enough so I'm more than happy to let lastpass take over
and for total peace of mind I use google authenticator as 2 factor authentication with lastpass
:)