Password Keeper/Encryptor

Discussion in 'Technical queries' started by quiet_riot, 23 Jul 2017.

  1. quiet_riot

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    Anyone used one of these? Getting to the point where I have so many passwords I'm getting muddled,

    Could do with a portable app I can stick on a pen drive and take with me, had a look at Last Pass and I don't think you can with that.

    Any ideas/help appreciated.
     
  2. Danamy

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  3. malg

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    Someone at work told me about this stuff. So, I'll be the thicky in the room, but does this mean all your passwords are held centrally?
     
  4. Eli Panic

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    I use LastPass. It is very good. Works on my iPhone and all browsers. Well worth the annual subscription.
     
  5. Danamy

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    Correct, you can have one main password which is remembered by all sites that are in your vault or the programme generates you a unique one and stores it. Click on the link mate it's all self explanatory
     
  6. quiet_riot

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  7. Prestwich_Blue

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    I was just about to renew mine but unless you want a handful of premium features, it's free on all devices now. Helps me remember the logins for all my usernames on here.
     
  8. quiet_riot

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    I was thinking 'what if I go to someone else's computer and have to log in to something, and suddenly I've no idea of my password?' - is that where the app comes in? Can I log into it and show a password in plain text?
     
  9. Danamy

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    Download the app on your phone so you can log into it at any time either on or off line, there's a section on it where you can keep secure notes like passwords, usernames, bank details etc......you can basically save and secure anything you like?

    It's free so d/load and have a play and see what you think, nothing to lose?
     
  10. blueinsa

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    Pmsl ;-)

    On a serious note going to give this a go today as i have so many logins and passwords now and im at the point where my security is crap because im using the same ones all the time because i cant remember them all.
     

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