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6 Best Password Managers

Has your Facebook status ever been a rant about too many passwords? If so, I wrote this article is especially for you 🙂 In today’s cyber-world who could possibly keep up with all the passwords? When I launched The Write Styles with SiteGround, one of their ‘gurus’ helped me with my password crisis. I did some research and discovered a world of password managers. So here the 6 Best Password Managers that  I trust will help you! I have indicated which are free, which give free trials and which need be paid.

6 Best Password Managers

6 Best Password Managers

6 Best Password Managers

1 Dashlane

Dashlane is prominent due to it’s simple interface that makes it so easy to use. It offers simple security, auto-login, form auto-fill and logging in has never been simple when at an online store.

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2 KeePass

What makes KeePass really great other than being  the recommended password manager of SiteGround is that they are also FREE. KeePass is an open source free password manager!  How they work is that all your passwords are stored within an encrypted databas that you control, store and maintain on your own system. The only time you need to upload any of your data is purely when you wish to change device.

There are many plug-ins available for KeePass for sharing among third-parties, browsers, devices or platforms. What also makes them really handy is there are KeePass portable apps available too. Lastly KeePass offers an auto-type functionality allowing them to log into sites that many other password managers can’t. KeePass scores a 5 rating on SourceForge. Read More6 Best Password Managers

3 LastPass

LastPass is seen as one of the first successful password managers. They allow you to audit passwords, strengthen passwords and do automatic password changes too if your service has been hacked or somehow compromised.

It also allows you to easily create a LastPass account and import your existing passwords. It’s the best way to install LastPass on Windows. The 64 bit installer includes 32 bit IE installer. 6 Best Password Managers

4 Password Manager Pro

Password Manager Pro is a secure vault for storing and managing shared sensitive information such as passwords, documents and digital identities of enterprises. Trusted by NASA, Walmart and similar big names.

They offer a free trial period, but afterwards you need to pay.

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5 Roboform

RoboForm remembers your passwords so you don’t have to! Just remember your one Master Password and RoboForm remembers the rest- it’s that easy! Our bookmark-style Logins automatically log you in to your favorite websites with one click. Whether it’s on your PC, Mac, phone, tablet, or even USB drive, RoboForm Password Manager gives you secure access to your passwords wherever you go! One license works on all of your devices. You can be confident knowing that our advanced syncing technology always keeps each device up to date.

They are currently offering 50% discount price of $9.95

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6 1Password

1Password melds security and convenience for the most popular operating systems in the world. Users can create strong, unique passwords for all their accounts, log in with a single click, sync over Wi-Fi (no cloud required!), and encrypt all their important information with the one password they need to remember. 1Password offers a free trial for 30 days.

6 Best Password Managers

Those are my 6 Best Password Managers ~ I trust they will bring many smiley Facebook statuses now 🙂 If you have any other rants that I could possibly help with, do leave a comment or email me. I would love to help you!

Blessed Be,

Sancheo