Discussion in 'polls' started by Brian_12, Jul 18, 2011.
Doesn't NIS have a password manager?
I use my brain....when it works
Using LastPass right now. How about Roboform, is it good? anyone using that?
I used to think I won't need any password manager, until then I came to this poll and heard people saying KeePass's merits. I tried it yesterday and I was impressed and still is. It makes my life so much easier. Thank you guys who recommend this amazing app.
don't forget to enable the double obfuscation mode for auto-type and there's a secure desktop option as well:
Thanks for the tips Moontan. I've already enabled "Two-channel auto-type obfuscation" for my emails and important staff like that. But can you shed some light on the "secure desktop" stuff?
it dims the desktop, like a UAC prompt, when you enter the Master Password.
it's suposed to add security to the Master login.
more discussions here about the Secure Desktop feature:
https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=304363&highlight=keepass secure desktop
Thanks Moontan. I tried it. It works like a charm.
lastpass here.. changed all my passwords using that.. feels secure just looking at those generated passwords
I use my brain..
I've been using keepass for a long time now and it's good to see that more and more people are starting to also use it. Currently I use it with dropbox and MiniKeePass for iPhone so I always have my passwords with me.
There are passwords I remember because I use them on a daily basis. There are other password which I wrote down for services/accounts I don't use often.
What is it about .NET Framework that is a problem?
computers with older versions of Windows might not have it.
i think Win XP does not have it installed by default.
but I think I get it installed whenever there's an automatic win update...
sure, but some people might have to use Keepass on a computer without .NET
ah! I see...
I use my Ironkey to store my passwords, don't think it can get better then that. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Also in my little black book with Passwords written on the front ! lol
KeePassX for Linux.
My passwords contain 25 characters, are all different and all have uppercase and lowercase letters, special characters and numbers. For example: vmM#26JY7$b@&zK*QTF@5AM88
Keepass are generated and stored. To facilitate filling of sites on my two computers (using the Lastpass) passwords are saved in the clouds and so I have autofill.
All my passwords are scrambled by KeyScrambler Professional.
Simple, safe and fast!
Gave Keepass a try and to be honest, i'll keep using my mind
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