Web User - - Password Managers -

Keep­ass | Free keep­ The open-source Keep­ass se­cures your on­line pass­words and per­sonal data us­ing a mas­ter pass­word or a key file that you can store on a USB drive or burn to disc. You can even com­bine both meth­ods for ad­di­tional se­cu­rity. It gen­er­ates se­cure pass­words and gives you com­plete con­trol over which char­ac­ters to in­clude, so you can spec­ify up­per-case, lower-case, num­bers, spe­cial char­ac­ters, brack­ets and more.

Zoho Vault | Free www. Zoho’s pass­word man­ager is aimed more at busi­nesses than in­di­vid­u­als. You can use it to store un­lim­ited pass­words and notes, in­clud­ing files, and ac­cess it any­where from your com­puter or mo­bile de­vices. It gen­er­ates strong pass­words for you au­to­mat­i­cally and also sup­ports two-fac­tor authen­ti­ca­tion. If you want to share your pass­words with oth­ers, you can up­grade to the stan­dard ‘small teams’ ver­sion for just ¤ 1 a month per user. Dash­lane Pre­mium £2.59 a month www.dash­ Dash­lane gen­er­ates and stores strong pass­words, and its shar­ing cen­tre lets you share pass­words and notes se­curely with peo­ple you trust. It also pro­vides an emer­gency -ac­cess fea­ture. A se­cu­rity-breach func­tion alerts you if a site you use is hacked, and the pass­word changer can au­to­mat­i­cally re­place weak or com­pro­mised pass­words.

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