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Which password manager would you recommend?

Q: Which password manager would you recommend?

I've had it with passwords.
Which password manager would you recommend? (I'm willing to pay)
If any ....

thank you in advance for your opinions

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A: Which password manager would you recommend?

I've used KeePass for a couple weeks now and it seems to work quite effectively.
KeePass Password Safe
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A:Can you recommend a password manager.

Hi mattytun There's a few good password managers that exists (both online and offline). Personally, I've been using LastPass for a year and I love it (you need to subscribe to its services to have the iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, etc. app however, but the program on your computer is free to use). I just renewed my subscription with them since it expired on the 21th.There's also 1Password, KeePass, DashLane, RoboForm, Sticky Password, etc. What I suggest you to do is to take a look at all of them, and decide which one you like the most based on their features. If you want to keep your passwords offline and like to tweak your programs a bit, then I suggest you to use KeePass with the Android app and it's various plugins.Here's a short list of the password managers I listed.,2817,2407168,00.asp
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Hi all!

I would really love to hear you suggestions on what downloader manager(s) to use (even an add-on for Firefox).

I just wanted to know because I asked my friends, and each use use different ones and cannot decide which can be called "the best" (if there is one).

P.S. I use Vista HPx32.


A:What download manager do you recommend?

Originally Posted by Witch-King-of-Angmar

Hi all!

I would really love to hear you suggestions on what downloader manager(s) to use (even an add-on for Firefox).

I just wanted to know because I asked my friends, and each use use different ones and cannot decide which can be called "the best" (if there is one).

P.S. I use Vista HPx32.


Intenet download manager is the one I'M using. Try it...
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A:Recommend font manager for mac?

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A:Malwares new target: your password managers password

This can be avoided by creating a on-screen clicking keyboard. I am currently in the development of one such password manager.
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A:Password Manager

Roboform. Best password manager and filler out there. Comes with both free and paid version.

Password Manager, Form Filler, Password Management | RoboForm Password Manager

I use it myself and it has helped me keep my sanity.
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A:Password Manager

What browser are you using?

Internet Explorer: Click Tools / Internet Options / Content / AutoComplete Settings. Make sure (User Name and Passwords on Forums) Is checked.

FireFox: Click Tools / Options / Security. Make sure (Remember Passwords for Sites) Is checked.
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What do others think?

As always, I appreciate your replies & expertise.


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Where do I find this "Password Manager" where Thunderbird likely stored them ?

I looked, but just cannot find any reference to it via Search.


A:Password Manager: Where ?

Try this:

Tools> Options> Security Tab> Passwords sub tab> Saved Passwords> Select an entry and click on remove (or there is a remove all button).

Make sure you click on Show Passwords (and yes to confirm) and make note of any passwords you might not remember. And make sure your eternal-september is even listed there. Click close, and OK your way out. A Guy
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A:Password Manager?

The best thing I did was write mine down on a piece of paper & put it under lock & key.
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A:Password Manager

How far do you want to go?

Perhaps you could keep your passwords on a jump drive in your pocket and only use it when you need it?
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A:Password Manager

Look through this list of freeware to find one that you can try & decide which one suits you best:Freeware Replacements For Common Commercial AppsI use RoboForm, which is free for up to 10 passwords. After that you will have to pay for it. If you want to try it, go here:RoboForm .Note: To use it with Firefox, you will need to install this extension for it:Roboform Adapter
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A:Password Manager

There are a few places where PW are stored. Since I'm not sure which one you are referring to, I will list them

1) For Windows Stored Application Passwords - Go To Your Control Panel, then Go into "Users". Choose a Username, then after you have selected a user, on the left side is a menu. Select "Manage My Network Passwords"

2) For Internet Explorer Passwords, Go to your Control Panel, then Select Internet Options. Then Select the Content Tab, then click on AutoComplete.

3) Or If it is a PW that is saved by a Cookie, delete your cookies. Go to your Control Panel, then Select Internet Options. General Tab, then click Delete Cookies.

Were one of those options what you needed?
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A:Looking for a Password Manager.

Give KeyPass a shot

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A:Password Manager
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A:Thoughts on a Password Manager?

Hello there,For a password manager, I suggest using LastPass. It is available as an addon for both Firefox and Chrome, uses good encryption, easy to use and very convenient.Just my two cents Regards,Alex
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A:Favorite password manager?

Check out KeePass Password Safe I just got it and getting ready to test it out.

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A:Password Manager/Safe

Hello your link did not work for me either but I found this one. also may be of interest to you.
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Many thanks.

A:LastPass password manager

I use this software but don't enter my CC details....I don't feel comfortale using this feature. IMO
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A:Last Pass password manager

It is very good. Very very very good. Secure and safe, you can be assured of that. Any data stored on LastPass server is fully encrypted on your computer, your password for encrypting and decrypting never leaves your computer. As long as you use a fairly strong password you won't have an issue.

Can also use two-factor authentication to the mix for extra security.
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A:Password Manager for Chrome

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A:Anyone recognize this password manager?


Same computer as here and here?

Just curious....

Please keep us updated, if you sort it out.

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A:Are Password Manager's Safe

They're safer than having all your passwords written down on paper somewhere!
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A:Password program/manager

I don't personally like to have passwords stored anywhere but in my head, but both LastPass and KeyPass come highly recommended. I like the idea from the site you posted, but I use the method Mozilla foundation came up with. I just wrote a more detailed post about this on my blog a few days ago:
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See PINs here

It's a great, free program; I'm just concerned about security of it.
It says it uses 448Bit Blowfish encryption, which is good.

But I worry about the vulnerability of the program itself.

Also, It's open source.

Any thoughts, opinions or experiences welcome!

A:Security of this Password Manager?

The "current" version is from 2003! You had better find something that is actively being worked on. No security-related program can be so ready that one doesn't have to improve it in three years.
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A:Anyone recognize this password manager?

That's the message from browser itself,i use LastPass as well and i always get that popup. But you can disable it if you wish.
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A:Favorite password manager?

Never heard of it. But thanks to Grinler's recommendation I use an open source manager KeePass Password Safe.More info here: have it synced between my desktop, laptop, tablet and phone.
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A:Password Manager not working...

You might tell us what password manager you use, it would be real useful information. Also, what the exact symptoms are would be a big help.
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I only found this ESET | LastPass

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A:My favorite password manager

Thanks for sharing re keepassx, sinister_midget
I note you've been a Member since 2008, and using Linux since 1997? So I won't say to either, but rather that your input on all matters Linux will be, lol.
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An e-mail to SuperEasy asking if they have any plans to update the current version of SuperEasy Password Manager with a signed one has met with no response.
Does anyone have any solution to offer on this?
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A:SE Password Manager won't run in Firefox 49.0.2

On 49.02 with firefox now. Firefox saves the passwords that I use.
What is SE Password Manager. I have never needed to sign into Firefox.
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any one know of a free download manager. with password. i want to make sure my daughter cant download anything from the internet in XP

A:download manager. with password?

Make sure your Administrator account is password protected and create a new user account for your daughter.

If you don't want to create a new account, the following registry tweak to prevent downloads in Internet Explorer, might be of some help:

Click on Start > Run > and type regedit.

Navigate to the following registry keys:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\3

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\3

Check the following DWORD Value: (make sure it's set to "3")

Value Name: 1803
Data Type: REG_DWORD (DWORD Value)
Value Data: (0 = downloads enabled, 3 = downloads disabled)
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A:The best password manager 2016

For me it is LastPass all the way. Easy to use is a bonus for me.
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The password manager that I really like is KeePass Password Safe which is free, open-source software. Here is the website:
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And your Lastpass is free or premium license? Do I need to purchase the premium one or free version is enough?
Any password manager application better than Lastpass? Please suggest me!
Thanks all and enjoy your day!

A:Asking about Lastpass Password Manager

There's a high chance that Kaspersky only allows the in-app browser to prevent unauthorised screen capture. It's the same for LastPass on Android, but you get options to disable these security features.

Using the Accessibility feature breaks the Android Encryption, if that's something you use.

How does LastPass impact device encryption? - Android Forums at

I use Avast Passwords, with Accessibility disabled because I use Device Encryption on startup (Pattern) and Lockscreen.

There are many on the Google Play Store, check their reputation and reviews.
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A:Microsoft Edge Password Manager

Hi, considering just the password issue..

First,let's check 'offer to save passwords' is on - from what you say, you should be seeing this:

Note that you should also turn on the ?Save form entries? option as well.
How Microsoft Edges Password Manager Works - Edge Talk

The bar at the foot of the browser offering to save the password only appears when you click 'Login' (or equivalent).
What happens when you click 'Login' having filled the credential fields?

For reference (I'm assuming you've done all this):
Microsoft Edge Offer to Save Passwords - Turn On or Off in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
(I'm betting you've done all the above, but not heard of difficulties with this ...yet.)
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A:Form filler/password manager

key walletKeyWallet is a desktop utility that spares you the trouble of filling in your logins, passwords, and other personal data manually. You can automatically fill in data in browser forms (IE, Netscape, Opera, and so on), Java applets, Windows forms, and others. KeyWallet supports skins and encrypts your data using the Blowfish encryption algorithm.freeware also, aww cute baby
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A:Password Manager programs; Are they worthwhile?

1. If you have multiple accounts, with multiple passwords; Yes.If you use the same password for everything (which isn't the best of idea's); No.2. KeePass encrypts and stores all information locally on your system. It will also generate passwords for you, using user defined parameters. It's also free.3. KeePass;-are-they-worthwhile/
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I contacted LastPass a few days ago but they are very slow to never in responding if you are not a member yet. Any thoughts from anyone using LastPass would be appreciated. Thanks!

A:Solved: Anyone using LastPass Password Manager?

I've been using Last Pass for a long time now. No problems. Why not have 2 accounts? A shared one for sites both you and your wife need access to and another one for yourself? You could set them up with separate email addresses.

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no problems at all, it is an optional component
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A:Chrome built-in password manager

Rule of the thumb for better security is "do not save passwords".

Yes Chrome encrypts the passwords. But not the usernames. The encryption is done using Windows API. It makes sure that only Windows user who saved the password can view them. A hacker who steals your password database cannot decrypt them. On Linux machines, encryption is done using Gnome keyring.

Yes Chrome also has auto-fill feature.
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Thank You

A:Windows XP password manager problem

Tools > Internet Options > Content > Auto Complete
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I have been using KPM for ever and it has been good to me,

A:Fire Fox and Kaspersky Password Manager

Saw your post at Kaspersky and it gave no direct answer -Try for an earlier version of F/Fox, it may help - Link is to File Hippo older versions -
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Many thanks!!

A:Best free, secure password manager?


pen and paper maybe...
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And given that Lastpass had been compromised multiple times, could I still trust them with my data as they're still being rated as the top choice as a recommended password manager?

Many thanks.

P.S. Apologized if it's not in a correct forum.

A:Best Secure Password Manager for Chrome OS

I am using LastPass it serves me well.
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A:Norton Password Manager 2004

Hi Shoe and welcome to BC. Apologies that no one has responded til now.First I would advise against printing out your passwords if you have any that are sensitive at all--it defeats the purpose of having a manager that locks your passwords away and thus keeps them safe. Such password managers are like bank vaults--what you want to do is like taking your valuables outside the vault just before closing the vault door.That's why most password managers don't allow the printing out of their database. I don't use Norton so I can't be specific, but the closest most come to a printout is an export of the database file, for if you want to import your data into another program. If you have a File menu, click it and see if there is an export option. Exports are usually in the form of a .csv file that can be opened in Notepad. Such a file would look funny (lots of commas), but would have your info there if you think no one in your home environment would steal the info. I still would advise against a printout tho.It sounds like what you really want, and more importantly should, do is backup your data so it doesn't get lost. You shouldn't use a password manager if you aren't going to back it up--because it's easy to lock yourself out of it and there is no way to recover when that happens.Check your help file--it may automatically make backups and you should know where those are kept. Then use a backup program such as Cobian or GFI Backup to copy those to a CD/DVD or other drive, in case your hard drive crashes. You would also need the installation file for Norton Password Manager.If you do have the ability to export your password database, I would advise you to switch to another password manager. It doesn't look like yours are supported anymore as I can't find it in Norton's forums: recommend KeePass. doesn't fill in the passwords automatically, like Norton, but I believe it is more secure that way. It also doesn't generate its own backups, but what is nice about it is that the program is portable. Which means you can install it, then copy the entire folder, including the password database, to another drive, so you have a second copy if something happens to your hard drive. I run KeePass from a USB Flash drive, and use GFI Backup to synchronize the two folders (KeePass folder installed on C rive and the KeePass folder installed on the USB drive) so that one doesn't become outdated when I change a password.That does get a bit complicated. But it is much more secure. If Norton does make backups, keeping a backup copy on another drive is much simpler. I doubt if Norton is portable, so that is why I would recommend a switch. It is real nice to be able to take your passwords with you where ever you go.
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A:Is Last Pass - Password Manager - Safe ?

I use Keypass with It loads to a USB drive that I can take anywhere, accessing the passwords requires a master password in case it is lost and encrypts the passwords is has saved/created (make a backup copy of the save file just in case, otherwise you'll lose the use of accounts which it had generated passwords for)
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A:Norton Password Manager/ Firefox

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Many thanks.

P.S. Apologized if it's not in a correct forum.

A:Best Secure Password Manager for Chrome

I am using LastPass it serves me well.
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Your suggestion will help. Thanks.

A:Suggest Password Manager For Vista

Hi ladybag,Now that you have an open HJT log posted in the HijackThis Logs and Malware Removal forum, you shouldn't make any changes to your system.Doing so, could change the results of the posted log, making it difficult to properly clean your system.At this point, the HJT Team should be the only members that you take advice from, until they have verified your log as clean.Only after your log has been cleared, check out the Freeware Replacements For Common Commercial Apps, and scroll down to Password Managers/Generators.I'm closing this topic until you are cleared by the HJT Team. If, after your log has been cleaned, you still need help, please PM a Moderator and we will re-open this topic.If you have any questions, don't hesitate to send me a PM.
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A:FREE Kids Password Manager ???

Roboform is often suggested here. The free version allows 10 passwords whereas (of course) the paid version has more features:

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Thank you.

A:Looking for an alternative to Roboform (password manager)

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I've used KeePass Password Safe for years and really like it.

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A:How to edit Password Manager in Win 7/IE11/Thunderbird

1. No need to post two copies of your message one hour apart.

2. Managing passwords in TB is quite simple: Tools/Options/Security.
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I want to share with you this addon, released by GDATA, which can allows you to manage all your passwords easily and fastly.

Here is the link to install it: G DATA Password Manager


A:G DATA Password Manager - Browser Addon

Worth a try... since it is from a known company, thanks for sharing this !
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Hi sorry to bother everyone but ran Adv System s Design also have Norton Suite and for the first time it didn t fix but recommended I post a hijack this log below Tried to Password Browser Helper Object Manager BHO: enter it on a website http www hijackthis de to see if anything jumped out it did not this one immediately below as needing repair O - BHO Password Manager Browser Helper Object - BF -BB E- D - F - F B BCFCED BHO: Password Manager Browser Helper Object - C Program Files Lenovo Client BHO: Password Manager Browser Helper Object Security Solution tvtpwm ie com dll Must be fixed This entry was classified from our visitors as good This laptop BHO: Password Manager Browser Helper Object has started acting up awhile back and have had major trouble getting it to install Service Pack Have never had smooth internet connections with it Please let me know if you have any thoughts Trishanovista also bought a Win computer Logfile of Advanced SystemCare Security Analyzer Scan saved at AM on Platform Windows Vista WinNT MSIE Internet Explorer v Boot mode Normal Running processes C Program Files Norton Premier Edition Engine ccSvcHst exe C Windows system taskeng exe C Program Files LENOVO HOTKEY tposdsvc exe C Windows system Dwm exe C Windows Explorer EXE C Program Files Lenovo HOTKEY TPONSCR exe C Program Files Lenovo Zoom TpScrex exe C PROGRA ThinkPad UTILIT PWMUIAux exe C Program Files Windows Defender MSASCui exe C Program Files Lenovo NPDIRECT tpfnf sp exe C Windows System TpShocks exe C Program Files ThinkPad Utilities EZEJMNAP EXE C Program Files Common Files Lenovo Scheduler scheduler proxy exe C Program Files ThinkVantage PrdCtr LPMGR EXE C Program Files ThinkVantage PrdCtr LPMLCHK EXE C Program Files Java jre bin jusched exe C Program Files Lenovo Drag-to-Disc DrgToDsc exe C Windows System rundll exe C Program Files ThinkPad ConnectUtilities ACTray exe C Program Files ThinkPad ConnectUtilities ACWLIcon exe C Program Files Lenovo Client Security Solution cssauth exe C Windows System hkcmd exe C Windows System igfxpers exe C Windows system igfxsrvc exe C Program Files Digital Line Detect DLG exe C Users leetrish AppData Roaming Dropbox bin Dropbox exe C Windows system wuauclt exe C Windows system wbem unsecapp exe C PROGRA ThinkPad UTILIT SCHTASK exe C Windows system igfxext exe C Program Files IObit Advanced SystemCare AWC exe C Program Files Windows Media Player WMPNSCFG exe C Users leetrish AppData Local Google Chrome Application chrome exe C Users leetrish AppData Local Google Chrome Application chrome exe C Users leetrish AppData Local Google Chrome Application chrome exe C Users leetrish AppData Local Google Chrome Application chrome exe O - BHO AcroIEHelperStub - DF C-E AD- -A -FA C EBDC - C Program Files Common Files Adobe Acrobat ActiveX AcroIEHelperShim dll O - BHO no name - C C A-E - b - D - CECB - no file O - BHO Symantec NCO BHO - ADB E- AFF- - AA - DAC DFA - C Program Files Norton Premier Edition Engine coIEPlg dll O - BHO Symantec Intrusion Prevention - D EC - AAE- -AEEE-F F C - C Program Files Norton Premier Edition Engine IPS IPSBHO DLL O - BHO Search Helper - EBF - F- bff-A F-B E AAC B - C Program Files Microsoft Search Enhancement Pack Search Helper SearchHelper dll O - BHO Search Helper - D - C - ABF- ECC- C - C Program Files Common Files Microsoft Shared Windows Live WindowsLiveLogin dll O - BHO Search Helper - AA ED - DD- d - -CF F - C Program Files Google Google Toolbar GoogleToolbar dll O - BHO Search Helper - AF DE - D - -B FA-CE B AD D - C Program Files Google GoogleToolbarNotifier swg dll O - BHO Password Manager Browser Helper Object - BF -BB E- D - F - F B BCFCED - C Program Files Lenovo Client Security Solution tvtpwm ie com dll O - BHO Password Manager Browser Helper Object - DBC -A - b-BC - C C C A - C Program Files Java jre bin jp ssv dll O - BHO Password Manager Browser Helper Object - E A DC - - A - EA-DC EC ACF - C Program Files Windows Live Toolbar wltcore dll O - Toolbar Easy-WebPrint ... Read more
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