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tredadda 12:40 PM 04-06-2021
As the title suggests, does anyone actually use them and if so is there any that you recommend? I am just researching them and wondering what the opinions of others are in regards to them.
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Buehler445 12:50 PM 04-06-2021
All the ones that I’ve seen want to automatically sign you in and shit. I just password protected an excel sheet that lists them all.
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eDave 12:51 PM 04-06-2021
Edge and Chrome store your passwords and can be accessed in settings. I also just have them on a locked spreadsheet.
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morphius 01:00 PM 04-06-2021
I've used keepass for years. Probably not the most user friendly since it doesn't integrate directly with your browser, but it is solid.
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tredadda 01:00 PM 04-06-2021
Do you all feel comfortable with the security that browsers provide for password protection?
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Third Eye 01:08 PM 04-06-2021
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
All the ones that Iíve seen want to automatically sign you in and shit. I just password protected an excel sheet that lists them all.
Are you me?
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htismaqe 01:22 PM 04-06-2021
KeePass is the way to go. Acceptable clients for every major platform including Linux.
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htismaqe 01:24 PM 04-06-2021
Originally Posted by tredadda:
Do you all feel comfortable with the security that browsers provide for password protection?
Browsers provide acceptable security but don't provide universal application. Browsers are for storing BROWSER passwords. You can't really store non-browser related passwords in your browser.
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htismaqe 01:26 PM 04-06-2021
And just so it's clear, KeePass is both an application and an encrypted password database format.

I use KeePass on Windows, KeePassXC on Mac and Linux, and Strongbox on iOS, all of which use the KeePass database format.
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Dartgod 01:29 PM 04-06-2021
I've been using Keeper for the last couple of years.
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Detoxing 01:31 PM 04-06-2021
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
All the ones that Iíve seen want to automatically sign you in and shit. I just password protected an excel sheet that lists them all.
Originally Posted by Third Eye:
Are you me?
Or are both of you me?
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htismaqe 01:36 PM 04-06-2021
Cracking an Excel spreadsheet might take a few minutes. :-)
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vailpass 01:40 PM 04-06-2021
I've tried to use LastPass and Keeper and to be honest, they were too much trouble for me to fully figure out how to use before I gave up on them.
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tredadda 01:47 PM 04-06-2021
Originally Posted by Dartgod:
I've been using Keeper for the last couple of years.
I have heard good things about Keeper. Since it was an online source such as PCMag, I wasn't sure if that was a good review or a paid one.
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tredadda 01:48 PM 04-06-2021
Originally Posted by vailpass:
I've tried to use LastPass and Keeper and to be honest, they were too much trouble for me to fully figure out how to use before I gave up on them.
Both of those seemed to be reviewed highly. So they in your opinion are not very user friendly?
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