So after last week's PayPal Unauthorized Transaction incident, I decided to investigate in the tools to help me manage my passwords storing. At this point I need industrial vices to lock-up these passwords. It didn't take very long to find out about KeePass, an application that stores your password on a database. It is a popular program and it is FREE. It comes with enough bells and whistles to customized to your liking. You have a choice whether or not to use a master keyword. The KeePass application can be downloaded and run on your computer. There is also the portable version which can be kept in your DropBox or USB drive. I am currently trying it out, and it's simple and straight to the point. Of course if you want to use it for other purposes and business use, it can also be done. The more in-depth you go with the application, the more options you will have to define the usage that suits what you need.
- KeePass uses one master key word to protect all the other unique passwords.
- KeePass can auto generate unique passwords.
- The tool is FREE, you can try and see if it will work for your lifestyle.
- KeePass acts like a database on the go, but protected with your master keyword lock.
- KeePass will auto-fill the login ID and password with information you stored.
1) Are you looking for a tool to manage your passwords, or know of a tool you're already using?
2) Do you think KeePass sound like a good tool? or Do you see potential loop holes in this tool?
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