Windows 10: Are PASSWORD KEEPERS any good? Solved

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  1.    11 Nov 2015 #31

    I love lastpass, Since i have access to my data from any where. Every time my system gets formatted and files goes down, I can still get all the passwords back from lastpass without any issues and it also works across devices, you can access if from browser as well. And you just have to remember one password in the end. the last pass.

    They know about the seriousness of the work they do and it's safe. I don't prefer keeping password data base on local device then sync that to drop box then sync it back. Last pass makes the process simple. :)

    Keypass is Ugly too.
    You can also check out the latest beta versions of avast! products. They have a password manager now. Promising one still under work. :)
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  2.    11 Nov 2015 #32

    l3izz said: View Post
    I think he means a real notepad... but still.. i knew a kid that used paint, yes paint. he did some kinda 2 color thing. I have alittle notebook (paper) filled with passwords and im starting to make them all random and the list keeps getting bigger.. Im thinking about trying lastpass cuz older age is kicking in.. lol plus its just a paper copy that can burn.
    I've been using Robo Form for at least 10 years, it saves all my passwords, will give me suggestions for creating new passwords, will fill in forms, like you might need to when you have to fill out some kinds of personal information forms. Can be password protected. You can edit anything in Robo Form. Its not free.....but one of the best form filler/password savers around.
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       12 Nov 2015 #33

    In real life the overwhelming majority of PC users still use the easiest to remember stuff like 1,2,3 and (password) .

    As for me, i never kept anything of importance on my computer and never have , it's as bare and as basic as can be lol. The only thing that has ever increased it's size is security based Windows updates but thats it .

    I do have a password and change it often just because it's the right thing to do but i am unsuccessful at convincing many others to do the same , they use a basic easy to guess password for everything and never change it .

    They insist they are right because nothing has ever happened to them in 15 years , there's no getting through to them and they all store important data and banking info no less.
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  4.    12 Nov 2015 #34

    Thanks everyone for your help and suggestions.

    I've noted this topic as SOLVED as I have gone with LastPass.
    It is all I want it to be; simple to use and it does what it says on the box, it works, great.
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  5.    12 Nov 2015 #35

    Congrats @Barnaby44. Glad we could all help you make an informed decision that you're comfortable with.
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