Password Manager - Ease of use important!

  wee eddie 08:57 08 Nov 05
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I am trolling around for opinions on which one to use. The spiel on each one says it's the best thing since sliced bread!

Any advice will be gratefully received.

  PaulB2005 09:11 08 Nov 05

I've tried many methods and will soon be upgrading to Small Black Notebook.

Totally compatible with Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, ME and XP. Also will work with Vista and any further release of Windoiws with no extra upgrade fees.

Crash proof. Hacker proof. Virus proof.

  wee eddie 09:21 08 Nov 05

However it became obvious that I was updating it on a regular basis.

With sufficient time to research, it could have become a Red Letter Day for a thief.

  rawprawn 11:06 08 Nov 05

click here I find this very good.

  sharkfin 12:27 08 Nov 05

Access manager is what I use: click here

  Mr A! 12:36 08 Nov 05

I use KeyWallet: click here

  wee eddie 12:27 09 Nov 05

bump

  GaT7 13:54 09 Nov 05

I use the excellent Roboform. Direct download click here, for the free version that supports 30 free passwords. Newer free one has a limit of 10. Homepage click here.

Also use the free Any Password click here, with unlimited passwords.

Have tried a few others but didn't like or couldn't get to grips with any of them. So important to find one that takes your fancy, apart from being easy to use.

sharkfin's Access Manager requires the MS .NET Framework, which can be downloaded from click here. G

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