Comments on Password Depot?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Jon Lund Rasmussen, Apr 12, 2008.

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  1. Jon Lund Rasmussen

    Jon Lund Rasmussen Registered Member

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    Hi, I'm writing this post because I'm thinking of buying Password Depot - of course after a trial period. At this moment I'm using Password Agent (http://www.moonsoftware.com/pwagent.asp) but it tends to have issues with the AutoFill function and I would prefer an agent that can do the fill-in automatically. So Password Depot might be a good solution.

    Some of it's highlights are: http://i29.tinypic.com/2i95zpv.png

    Of course it's an extra expense as I already bought Password Agent, but if Password Depot got good encryption and the anti-keylogger feature really works, I think I would be ready for a change. Just interested in hearing some expert opinions :)

    Thank You!
     
  2. SYS 64738

    SYS 64738 Registered Member

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    Hello,

    i've tried neither password agent nor password depot, so i have to admit i cannot give thoughts about them.

    Currently i'm using password commander from passwordcommander.com and sticky password on another computer. In comparision, i would say sticky password is the most convenient when it comes to autofill and adding new login accounts. I would strongly recommend to try it: http://www.stickypassword.com/

    A discount of 15% is also available via sixfiles.com.
     
  3. Jon Lund Rasmussen

    Jon Lund Rasmussen Registered Member

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    Okay, thank you. I'll check out that one.

    EDIT: How is the encryption on this one - I can't find anything about it on their website, so it seems they don't use it as a feature. Don't understand that!
     
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    It is somewhat "hidden" there, please take a look here: http://www.stickypassword.com/stickypassword-password-storage.html
     
  6. Jon Lund Rasmussen

    Jon Lund Rasmussen Registered Member

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    Alright, thanks SYS.

    And thanks markymoo, might check them out as well. For now I'll test Sticky Passwords though.
     
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    Ok, I don't use them. I have mixed feelings about users keeping valuable information like passwords kept all together on the same pc connected to the net. I hope the users that do keep great security.
     
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    Based on feedback I've seen, the king of paid Password Managers is probably RoboForm http://www.roboform.com/

    I use the free KeePass v1.11 mentioned above. I do not use the form filling part though (I use the drag 'n drop.) The only other free one I'd consider would be the latest version of Password Safe (also mentioned above.)

    markymoo has a good point about passwords. The best way to use these things is to find versions that run from USB keys (like KeePass and Password Safe can do.) That way, passwords can still be automated but not on the PC itself. I also run a KeePass database on my PCs but I don't keep merchant related stuff on the PC. Only passwords for things like this forum...
     
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