Tired of being stuck in password hell? Consider these password managers that balance security with convenience.
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If each password manager addresses a particular user pet peeve, Roboform's is the tedious process of entering usernames, passwords and other information to log into websites and fill out forms. RoboForm securely stores passwords, credit card and personal information on your computer only; it does not transfer data to the cloud. The app allows for multiple profiles -- handy for families and household use -- as well as alternate addresses and even pseudonyms.
The entry-level version of RoboForm is not subscription-based, while RoboForm Everywhere starts at $9.95 annually, which lets you run RoboForm on any number of computers. RoboForm2Go, an encrypted USB drive, can be used on up to three USB keys.
Price: RoboForm Desktop: $29.95 (free 30-day trial)
RoboForm Everywhere: $9.95 first year, $19.95 subsequent years
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