RoboForm under TrueCrypt and one other RF Question

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Izzle, Aug 16, 2011.

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  1. Izzle

    Izzle Registered Member

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    New guy here and I couldn't find a conclusive answer after several searches.

    First Question - Is RF safe against keyloggers?

    Second Question - Is running RF under a small TrueCrypt container a resonable manner to keep passwords safe on a LAPTOP or NETBOOK?

    I'm trying to set up a few basic computer skills friends with an easy, but somewhat safe way of managing their passwords.

    I use this method on my own netbook, but don't get out much anymore, so I'm not really worrried about theft or loss of the computer, which is my primary concern for my friends.

    My thoughts are using this method would keep the majority of peeps locked out of the passwords shhould anybody find the computer and decide to play with it.

    I also use a macro program (texter) to throw down the secure TC password, and a separate, secure RF master password. The texter program is located in the programs directory under a different name, no shortcuts or start menu access.

    What do you think?

    Thanks in advance :)
     
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    Izzle Registered Member

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    No one? Or am I posting in the wrong forum? On a search I saw RF was being discussed here, so I thought this was the correct forum.

    Anyone, anyone?

    ...good, bad or indifferent on my setup?
     
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