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10 Top Password Managers
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pwndecaf
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pwndecaf,
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5/6/2013 | 1:51:57 PM
re: 10 Top Password Managers
I'm sick of reading asinine complaints about slide shows whenever one is posted.
Laurianne
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Laurianne,
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5/3/2013 | 7:37:09 PM
re: 10 Top Password Managers
Thank you for chiming in! Laurianne
SkyRanger
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SkyRanger,
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5/3/2013 | 12:25:04 PM
re: 10 Top Password Managers
Laurianne, InformationWeek rocks! Keep up the great work as you are very relevant for me (format and all) and one of my favorites websites worth visiting in my very busy life. Thanks, SkyRanger
Laurianne
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Laurianne,
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5/2/2013 | 6:31:46 PM
re: 10 Top Password Managers
Hi Leo. As Editor in Chief of InformationWeek, I work hard to please our readers. Right here, we are having a useful, critical discussion about password tools -- even getting additional ideas for readers, from readers. That is the sort of discussion I love to see.

I value honest feedback on what we are doing right and wrong, as well. Not sure what you are referencing re. New Year's resolutions -- mine involved exercise.

Many of our readers tell us they like apps/tools slideshows because they offer a convenient package of links along with guidance, in a digestible format. I am sorry you don't like slideshows, and to be honest, you're not alone. Some people do not care for the slideshow format. I can respect that. I don't like every dish at my favorite restaurant. I hope you will find other content that is appealing and valuable to you on our site.

Laurianne McLaughlin
InformationWeek
Leo Regulus
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Leo Regulus,
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5/2/2013 | 3:56:04 PM
re: 10 Top Password Managers
Really, really, really GROSS.

It is now the second quarter of the new year.

Information Week only had one important New Year's Resolution this year. '"No Slide Show Articles with out a prominent 'View-as-one-page' link." How's that working out for you so far?

On my side of the fence, as Client/customer, You aren't doing well at all. Nearly every issue, you violate me with one of your Slide Show articles.

Please, re-examine your priorities. You do know how to do it - 'View as Single Page' link. It just isn't that hard and speaks volumes about your respect and concern for your Client / Customers.

Also, when I have to skip articles, I do not get to see your advertisers' messages.
SkyRanger
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SkyRanger,
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5/2/2013 | 12:07:47 PM
re: 10 Top Password Managers
Keepass is a nice tool for the freebie seekers. However, it lacks in features compared to RoboForm. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. Great for PC's or thumb drive users. I use the thumb drive at work AND nothing is installed on the PC (leaves no trace). Feature rich: biometric fingerprint authentication, Microsoft document login, popup login, secure notes, secure contacts, etc.
~ I first encrypt the thumbdrive (password protected to unlock the drive). Once I launch the app from the thumbdrive (it integrates with Firefox, Chrome, Opera or Explorer), I have to enter a password one more time from the browser before it will allow me to use it. It can also timeout if you forget to retrieve it at the end of the day.
I also selected to sync the passwords using the online RoboForm server but you can just as easily make the default as the thumbdrive or the one installed at home on your browser.
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beergas,
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5/2/2013 | 1:31:05 AM
re: 10 Top Password Managers
LastPass still my fave. Works w/ most sites, free, unlimited. lots options. Win 8 x64 Pro in both modes.
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RB,
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5/2/2013 | 12:14:57 AM
re: 10 Top Password Managers
I don't understand why eWallet did not make your list. It has excellent support and runs on Windows, Mac OS, Android, IOS, Windows Phone and Blackberry. All data is DES encrypted. Syncing can be done via USB internal WIFI home network or via the cloud,
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ShawnHa,
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5/1/2013 | 10:15:18 PM
re: 10 Top Password Managers
I haven't been successful at finding a Password safe for multi-roles & multi-users :(
For example local admin password for PC is stored with Service Desk, Infrastructure & Apps Support roles all having access to the password. The SQL server's password is accessible to Infra & Apps but not SD. Citrix is only accessible to Infra....and the IT Manager has God-access to all.
Is there non-web-based software with these features out there??
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5/1/2013 | 8:18:56 PM
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I think you forgot one of the best and oldest, Password Wallet by Selznick. I've been using it since my Palm Pilot days. I think there is a version for just about every platform and it has quite a few sync options.
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