Password manager

  charlton200 08:19 15 Jun 08
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Can you please recommend a good password manager.

Thanks.

  Pine Man 08:39 15 Jun 08

I use Microsoft Excel to list them all and then password protect the file and keep a copy on my memory stick.

Total cost - nil!

  haresear 08:40 15 Jun 08

I would heartily recommend Roboform. Have used it for years , both the limited free version and the pro version with no problems at all.

  Pine Man 09:36 15 Jun 08

If you are prepared to pay then I would suggest Access Manager2.

  mfletch 11:48 15 Jun 08

I;d second Roboform it allows the use of 10 free passwords

I have never had any problems with it


mfletch

  charlton200 13:16 15 Jun 08

I have tried Roboform and i like it. I have saved 10 passwords already. I will have to check how much the pro one is.
Access manager looks like its free.

Thanks for your suggestion i will check them all out.

Ty.

  Pine Man 13:24 15 Jun 08

Access Manager is free but there are restrictions. I actually paid for the version that I had and was pleased with it BUT for a variety of reasons it actually now suits me to have a home made manager (excel) that will work with a program that is on virtually every computer.

One reason in particular is that if you are away from home, and require a password, as long as you have a copy of the file with you it can be opened anywhere.

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