- Touch ID on mac and iPhone make it SO EASY. Can't recommend this enough.Best. Ever. I always say "Evernote is my second brain" but that means 1Password is turning out to be my third. It works across multiple platforms and it's got the greatest features (weak password detection, filters by sites with recent security issues, etc).
- Huge fan of LastPass. I've tried so many others and after LastPass relaunched with a refined UI it still takes the cake. Add a Yubikey for enhanced security. You can create folders and share the logins with your clients tooI've used LastPass for a long, long time, and it has never failed me. The UX is not as slick as with some others, but the functionality is rock solid.
It's definitely a leap to use a password manager. Actually it's a pain in the ass. but it's so worth it.
Passwords aren't going away any time soon so this is the only safe options for the near future. Get onto it.
If you're having trouble convincing your mainstream friends and family try this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgCHcuCw_RQ
LastPass means you never have to use the same password on multiple websites again. Use the handy features to share your passwords with other users and sync your work account so that you can easily onboard team members. User for yeasrs.
- Never got hacked, best UI vs other competitors. Works really well. And their support is awesome, they answer very quickly.I've found it to be the best multi-platform product.
- - Secure. You can have key file + password for your password database authentication (as well as logging in with your Windows credentials) - Multiplatform. I use it on Windows, OSX and there's an Android version - Random password generator with a lot of options and presets. - Encrypted additional fields related to a password (or website, or service, or whatever your password relates to); - Randomized order auto-type option. Really useful for me. - You can organize passwords in folders and sub-folders and assign a predefined or a custom icon to each folder or password entry. Finding a password you need is easy. - JetBrains, the biggest manufacturer of programming language IDEs, uses KeePass databases for storing passwords used in their applications. As a programmer, this will be very useful when support or plugins become available for accessing those KeePass databases and integrating them with your own.