Password managers are getting expensive!

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  1.    #11

    I guess you could use OneNote.

    Mum's notebook is in her desk drawer which is under the keyboard!
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  2.    #12

    Mm, cheap and reliable materials, but you can't upload paper notes to the cloud easily- burning them in an open fire really isn't the same thing, and backups could be a bit time consuming. Encryption is feasible, of course...
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  3.    #13

    You could use ciphers
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  4.    #14

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    What's wrong with old "paper and pencil" method !!!!!
    Nothing wrong with that. A lot of places I work the procedure for security officer password is to generate it randomly, write it down and stick it in the safe.

    Keypass is a good free multi-platform password manager.
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  5.    #15

    Roboform is free if you don't want to automatically sync across multiple machines and use on phones and tablets.

    Since I'm not keen on storing my passwords etc on someone else's server, I don't need the sync function. I keep my various windows machines in sync manually by restoring the Roboform data on the other machines from one PC on my home network - or even via a usb memkey.

    As an alternate backup I use a spreadsheet in an encrypted virtual drive using VeraCrypt
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  6.    #16

    Indeed as you say, Roboform Desktop (where passcards are stored locally) is free:
    Pricing: version 7 vs. version 8 – RoboForm

    Includes comparison chart.
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  7.    #17

    I use Norton’s password extension for Edge & Firefox.
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    https://bitwarden.com - is free, supports all OS, devices, 2FA. I decided to use the extension just for autofill, but I moved almost all passwords there. I only use Keepass for core passwords.
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    I wonder if the price for Lastpass was caused because they were bought by LogMeIn, I use that service for more than 5 years and I paid only once at that time for premium (12$/year) until they made free to use for android devices aswell.

    Also I'm curious, why do you need premium service while the free one is still excellent? What option Lastpass offer you need to pay for?
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