• http://mitto.com Anderson

    Another safe and easy to use one that’s really gaining popularity is Mitto ( http://mitto.com/reviews ). You should check it out. It’s safe, private, easy to use and 100% free.

    • http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/ Ishan

      @Anderson: Thanks for this info. We will check this out.

    • Jamie S

      Mitto doesn’t seem to be active/maintained anymore (last update on blog/twitter/fb in 2010) plus it doesn’t charge for service??? … not much of an option if your job depends on selecting the right vendor.

      We use Secret Server to manage our team’s passwords and the tech support and improvements over the last few years has been great. Definitely makes my job easier! :)
      http://www.thycotic.com/products_secretserver_overview.html

  • http://lastpass.com Joe Siegrist

    You missed the leader: LastPass Password Manager.

  • http://www.Scopulus.co.uk Scopulus

    Hi

    Keepass is very good and you can print and keep a copy of line. Will check out the ones I have not tried yet.

  • Nick

    KeePass is not bad. However, I prefer password manager Handy Password, because application is very stable and reliable, in spite of many other password keepers. With Handy Password you can save and fill logins and passwords automatically, and offers bookmark manager as well.

    http://www.handypassword.com/

    • http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/ Ishan

      @Nick: Some of the password managers that I have included in this article can do the same, and are completely free. However, Handy Password is not free

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    LastPass password manager is another good one, but KeePass is not bad (:

  • Charlie

    Yes, the pass manager from Mobilewitch is one of the best.
    I really like it too, I can have all my passwords on me, all the time, on my phone.

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    I’m with you. I use KeePass password manager to look after all my usernames and passwords. I like that it’s available on Mac as well as PC. I use both platforms and rarely find a great application that works on both. As we use more and more websites that require security credentials, I think these password managers are going to have a strong demand for them in the software market. Thanks for the post!

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  • Pass_Keeper

    KeePass is pretty good, but I have had a better experience with Password Keeper. It has a lot more features and I feel like it is very light weight and un-obtrusive. Mainly in terms of features, the cool ones are the countdown timer (in case you leave it open too long, so others cant look at your passwords while youre away from the computer) and the email function (if you forget your master password, you can have it emailed to the primary email on the account.
     
    Best of all, it’s also free!
     
    http://www.pwkeep.com

  • Jorsh

    IntuitivePassword is highly recommended. A cloud password manager that compatible with all devices, it’s very secure and nice look and feel. Worth to try.

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