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Popular easy-to-use and secure password manager

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    You should never store passwords, not even encrypted. I prefer my javascript bookmarklet with a hashing algorithm to generate a unique password for each application. This way, no password is ever stored on disk. And as long as you know the steps to generate your password, you should never worry about backing-up your passwords.

    Posted 11/21/2013
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    Sorry to say, but Keepass Password Safe is still my favorite. See: - sourceforge.net/projects/keepass - keepass.info There's a port on many platforms (Windows /Linux/iOS/Android/Javabased/BlackBerry/MacOS/Palm) - Use v1.1 database for full multi platform experience. - KeepassDroid is best port for Android - MiniKeepass is the best port for iOS It does not have full sync features (using plugins there are), but I use SugarSync to sync the DB-files between platforms (only iOS does not work like expected, because of the iOS platform setup)

    Posted 11/19/2013

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