Top 3 Online Password Managers

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12 Comments

  1. Abhishek Joshi

    I guess Cons win over Pros

  2. Yes – I agree. And even if one does choose to use online password managers, best not to store your sensitive one’s like bank credentials, etc.

  3. Scott Elsdon

    I think I’ve fell into a parallel universe, I’ve never heard of any of these solutions, but no one has mentioned the most popular online password manager of them all, LastPass ?

  4. LastPass is a desktop password management application and it has been covered here https://www.thewindowsclub.com/best-password-managers-free-download This post covers only the Online Password Managers. 🙂

  5. LastPass is a desktop password management application and it has been covered here https://www.thewindowsclub.com/best-password-managers-free-download This post covers only the Online Password Managers. 🙂

  6. Tom

    Great for those less important web logins (most of the password protected sites). I typically use false identification for these sites anyway. For important financial sites or sites with critical personal information, an offline password system is essential.

  7. Anonymous

    Good share….

  8. Wojtek

    You’re wrong, LastPass is mainly online password manager. They also offer desktop password manager which can connect and access your passwords from LastPass.com or read your previously saved passwords from file….

  9. Mike

    Using an android mobile, passwords can be securely synced using an app that also has a Windows desktop version http://www.safe-in-cloud.com/ The problem with local based password managers is that you just might lose all their encrypted information if your computer or local based back up ever goes belly up to the swanny.

  10. John

    Try the alternative cloud-based password manager called Intuitive Password. It provides better look and feel, better functionality and better security. You can also login to thousands of websites with a single mouse click!

  11. Glenn Jones

    +1 for Intuitive Password! http://www.intuitivepassword.com

  12. dut amos

    Hw secure is this password manager? coz sometimes somebody may hack into that all open all your mails, am not IT but this is from my layman perspective.

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