Free Password Tracking

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If you do much shopping, banking, and investing online, then no doubt you are drowning in a sea of passwords. That doesn’t even include the passwords you have to remember for your network, your router, and all the other technological solutions you use. While most sites and devices will help you recover a password or reset it if you don’t remember it, some will make you jump through a lot of hoops. While that’s to protect your security, it can be time consuming and annoying.

What you need is a way to easily keep track of all of those passwords. You don’t want to just write them on a sheet of paper that you keep by your desk. If someone breaks in to your home and steal

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5 Responses to Free Password Tracking

  1. SueLee79 says:

    I use roboform to manage my passwords and i have never felt more secure!

  2. Great ideas. I will have to make this project very soon.

  3. Jeanne says:

    I use Billeo…so far so good

  4. Phillip B says:

    I also use RoboForm to protect and manage my passwords, extremely secure using AES encryption by default with 4 other types that the user can choose from. Very user friendly and great phone support staff.

    Definitely keep in mind that although RoboForm offers an unlimited paid license, there is still a free version that allows you to store up to ten entries.

  5. ThadP says:

    Your concerns about cloud solutions are not quite accurate, at least for LastPass. The key to using a cloud solution is the level of encryption they use to store and transfer your data. The LastPass security model means they don’t store any of your private data in plain text. It is always encrypted.

    A file on a Windows computer that is not encrypted is in a far riskier state than using LastPass.

    Interestingly, best practices for passwords now encourage users to use a random password generator and then write that word down on a piece of paper. Crazy, but having it written down is far better than using something way too easy to be hacked (which is any dictionary word).

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