Any suggestions for a free password manager


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    Any suggestions for a free password manager


    Hi All, any suggestions for a free password manager?
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  2. Datapod's Avatar
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    Just happened to run across this today. A nice comparison chart.

    http://lifehacker.com/lifehacker-fac...are-1682443320


    I personally have been using Roboform since it was pretty much the only one out there. IDK 10+ years anyway. Not free though. I like it because it's simple to use and syncs across all my devices seamlessly.

    HTH

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    For the best security it is preferable to use an offline password manager.
    Not sure about others, but Keepass has a partial anti-keylogger option.

    Two-Channel Auto-Type Obfuscation - KeePass
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    KeePass would also be my recommendation. I have been using it for years without any troubles. It supports various operating systems like Windows, Linux, Android...
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    Thanks for the replies. Will check them both out.
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  6. Winuser's Avatar
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    altae said:
    KeePass would also be my recommendation. I have been using it for years without any troubles. It supports various operating systems like Windows, Linux, Android...
    +1.
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    Thanks for all your help.
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  8. pparks1's Avatar
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    I use KeePass both at work and at home. I store my KeePass db for personal use in Dropbox.
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  9. Posts : 14
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    Thanks for that.
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    pparks1 said:
    I use KeePass both at work and at home. I store my KeePass db for personal use in Dropbox.
    Yep, that's also what I've been doing except I prefer Onedrive. This way all I have to do is synchronize the db file in order to access the current password database from all my devices (PC at home, Android phone, PC at work...). Very handy indeed. And the fact that KeePass is open source makes me feel much safer than I would if I used some commercial software which would be closed source.
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