What password manager do you use?

Discussion in 'polls' started by Tyrizian, May 1, 2016.

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What password manager do you use?

  1. I don't use a password manager

    13 vote(s)
    11.9%
  2. LastPass

    31 vote(s)
    28.4%
  3. KeePass

    33 vote(s)
    30.3%
  4. Dashlane

    3 vote(s)
    2.8%
  5. 1Password

    5 vote(s)
    4.6%
  6. Roboform

    8 vote(s)
    7.3%
  7. Intel True Key (aka - PasswordBox)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Enpass

    7 vote(s)
    6.4%
  9. Sticky Password

    6 vote(s)
    5.5%
  10. Norton Identity Safe

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  11. Webroot SecureAnywhere Password Manager

    4 vote(s)
    3.7%
  12. Zoho Vault

    1 vote(s)
    0.9%
  13. Password Boss

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  14. Password Genie

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  15. Other password manager (not listed in poll)

    6 vote(s)
    5.5%
  16. Other password manager, provided by security package (not listed in poll)

    1 vote(s)
    0.9%
  17. Built-in password manager (Chrome, Firefox, IE, Edge, Vivaldi, Opera, etc.)

    7 vote(s)
    6.4%
  18. Password Safe

    4 vote(s)
    3.7%
  19. KeePassX

    6 vote(s)
    5.5%
  20. Gryptonite (aka - GPassword Manager)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  21. MyPasswords

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. PEllis

    PEllis Registered Member

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    Dashlane. On Windows startup, I have it configured to log me into my account automatically for convenience.
     
  2. Krusty

    Krusty Registered Member

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    Changed to Enpass.
     
  3. Circuit

    Circuit Registered Member

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    Why would you advertise the product?
    Just don't get it. Kind of like FaceBook, rolling around on your bling for the world to see.
    No vote.
     
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  4. ProTruckDriver

    ProTruckDriver Registered Member

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    I've been having some problems with RoboForm on the Mac so I switched over 5 months ago to WSA's Password Manager on the Mac. Working without a flaw for the last 5 months now.;)
     
  5. Cohen

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    I've been using KeePassXC for about four months and it's great.
    Auto-Type is amazing for me.
     
  6. illumination

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    Keepass Portable here. A copy on main machine and copies stored on two separate flash drives.
     
  7. Hadron

    Hadron Registered Member

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    Enpass of course.
    Why settle for anything less secure?
     
  8. Joxx

    Joxx Registered Member

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    When it comes to password managers, to me, secure means open source as well.
     
  9. brainrb1

    brainrb1 Registered Member

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    Bitwarden for normal everyday stuff and KeePass for all
     
  10. erskeys

    erskeys Registered Member

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    Is it safe to use a password manager?
     
  11. mattdocs12345

    mattdocs12345 Registered Member

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    Lastpass Premium with YubiKey.
     
  12. Carver

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    A password manager is better than using a notebook but not if you make bad passphrases or bad password.'s.

    I use Keepass w/back ups off the computer.
     
  13. NGRhodes

    NGRhodes Registered Member

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    I came to the conclusion that it is safer to use a properly implemented password manager with unique/strong passwords than using weak and/or reusing passwords.
     
  14. reasonablePrivacy

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    or you have malware inside OS, but this cripples security whether you are using password manager or not.

    Keepass and KeepassX
     
  15. xxJackxx

    xxJackxx Registered Member

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    I don't really think it is about advertising, at least not from a "hey look what I use" perspective. With the recent doubling of the price of LastPass and some other events (discounted lifetime licenses for some products). I expect that people come here like I did to see what is commonly used to help them decide what product is best, or at least which products people avoid because of issues you may not be aware of if you don't use a product.
     
  16. login123

    login123 Registered Member

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    Pencil & paper. The portable version. Hard to hack.

    Plus Postit notes stuck everywhere. :D
     
  17. Trooper

    Trooper Registered Member

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    Lastpass Premium.
     
  18. Carver

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    That's the way I look at it too and seeing what make you more vulnerable to bad people trying to hack your computer.
     
  19. rudhhraa

    rudhhraa Registered Member

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    Bitwarden and KeePass.
     
  20. chrisretusn

    chrisretusn Registered Member

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    I put them on the back of my monitor for security reasons. :argh:
     
  21. chrisretusn

    chrisretusn Registered Member

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    I recently tried KeepassXC, not bad, but one short coming for me was lack of profiles for the password generator. KeePass has this feature. Some of sites I need to log into have specific password requirements, I can set this up and save as a profile. Make it simple when having to change a password for these sites.
     
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2017
  22. Acadia

    Acadia Registered Member

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    PassWord Safe
    I'm old fashioned. Simply works with no bloat.
    Acadia
     
    Last edited: Oct 21, 2017
  23. PEllis

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    LastPass now.
     
  24. RockLobster

    RockLobster Registered Member

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    The original keepass had an excellent security feature that it seems most subsequent password managers ommited.
    The database had no file extension therefore you could call it anything you want. Readme.txt pic.jpg winsock.ocx or just leave it without an extension at all.
    That meant no one could do a file type search to locate your password database and you could make dummy databases with keepass names to decieve an adversary.
     
  25. reasonablePrivacy

    reasonablePrivacy Registered Member

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    It's nice, but not so secure. Adversary could use file(1) command ;)
    Code:
    https:// manpages debian org/stretch/file/file.1.en.html
    Example:
    Code:
    $ file ./README.txt                                                           
    ./README.txt: DBase 3 data file
    
     
    Last edited: Nov 4, 2017
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