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Password Protection

Discussion in 'General Security Discussions' started by LochNess, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. LochNess

    LochNess New Member

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    I've been using Norton's Identity Vault but I'm tempted to try LastPass... just seeking preference opinions from forum... If there is another option preferred, please note...
     
  2. bogdan

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    I really like LastPass, never used Norton's Identity Vault though so I can't compare them. It will probably be hard to move all your passwords...
     
  3. Huracan

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    I'm using LastPass here on Chrome (the no binary version), I haven't used any other password managers.

    I sometimes disable the extension since I've set-up CCleaner to keep certain cookies, and have Chrome set to block 3rd party cookies. So I'm logged in to most of the sites I visit, hence I don't need LastPass running 24/7.

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    http://malwaretips.com/Thread-Norton-Identity-Safe
     
  4. McLovin

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    I currently use Lastpass as well and works quite fine. Never really tried Norton's Identity Vault so I can't tell you what's it's like but Lastpass is one of the best free password managers out there.
     
  5. LochNess

    LochNess New Member

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    Well... I installed LastPass on my 'Test PC'... I might give it a 'whirl'... very configurable... thanks for the input folks...
     
  6. pcjunklist

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    If your looking for extra key security $12 yearly premium gets you grid multifactor authentication. Included the link if you were interested.
    http://helpdesk.lastpass.com/security-options/grid-multifactor-authentication/
     
  7. Hungry Man

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    I use LastPass and I'd never trust a Norton browser plugin.
     
  8. jamescv7

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    I cannot comment also for Norton Password Manager version program since it will be same like Lastpass function.

    It varies on limits of store password between free and paid.
     
  9. Umbra

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    I used Norton Vault before, it is very similar and as good as Lastpass, so i will suggest you to keep it, unless you decide to move from Norton.
     
  10. McLovin

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    Never really used Norton Vault before. Does it have the same features as Lastpass or some features that Lastpass doesn't have?
     
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