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password manager recommendations

lowercasebilllowercasebill Posts: 5,218
edited 4:57AM in Off Topic
i have been using an old copy of slash id on the dest top to keep my passwords,, no program on my lap top looking for a program so store my passwords and logins
any recommendations ???
i hab=ve been lookig at the two below,,



  • i use roboform and been using it for years....never a problem
  • Iron Key is a neat piece of technology but for $0 I'd look at PWSafe: or KeePass: used from a USB thumb drive for backup and portability.

    Both of them use a solid encryption scheme to protect the data so as long as you select a strong password your data is safe.
  • thanks i will check them out.. need to do something to get organized
  • thanks for the feed back
  • icemncmthicemncmth Posts: 1,160
    I have been using Keypass for years. I can use it on my smartphone. I have 86 passwords at work so it comes in handy only having to remember one!
    Hi Bill,

    I have been a fan of Norton's since the dark ages. I have Norton Internet Security which comes with Identity Safe that does a good job. My only beef is it ain't free. My subscription runs out in a couple weeks and I am sure I will be kicking and screaming all the way but in the end will pay up because I think Norton's is that good.


  • Rolling EggRolling Egg Posts: 1,995
    I also use Norton anti virus that has a login saver program with it. Its pretty neat until you have to re-new and then I guess if you don't re-new with Norton you will need to have your passwords handy for the new brand one you get.
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