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Arthur
27-Nov-2012, 21:32
What utility do you use / recommend for storing passwords ? I'm getting too
old to remember them all.

Thank you for any suggestions.

Stevo
27-Nov-2012, 22:29
Arthur sounds like they 'said':

> What utility do you use / recommend for storing passwords ? I'm
> getting too old to remember them all.
>
> Thank you for any suggestions.

So my response to Arthur's comment is...

A few years ago we bought Password Manager Pro
(www.passwordmanagerpro.com).

Not sure the pricing on it though.

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Stevo

kgroneman
27-Nov-2012, 22:47
I like LastPass.

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Kim - 11/27/2012 2:46:48 PM

Joseph Marton
27-Nov-2012, 23:22
Arthur wrote:

> What utility do you use / recommend for storing passwords ? I'm
> getting too old to remember them all.

This seems to work.

http://goo.gl/fsgs4

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Stevo
27-Nov-2012, 23:24
Joseph Marton sounds like they 'said':

> This seems to work.
>
> http://goo.gl/fsgs4

So my response to Joseph's comment is...

Ha! We've had depts that use that..........on a bulletin board even.
<G>

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Stevo

DZanre
27-Nov-2012, 23:40
"Arthur" wrote:

> Thank you for any suggestions.

I use 1Password. Whatever you get, make sure it has "apps" - whether you are
iOS or Android or whatever, if you are going to use strong passwords, you will
eventually need to find them when you're not at your computer.

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Danita
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n0m
28-Nov-2012, 14:31
Hi,

also prefer 1Password. It has great advantages and you can run it on
many platforms and sync the encrypted database by using Dropbox.
The great advantage, even if you are travelling, you can access the
directory by HTTPS on Dropbox, where you will find a java based client
for accessing your Database, even without installaing something on the
local box.

Bye
n0m