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  1. KeePassXC is a community fork of KeePassX, the cross-platform port of KeePass for Windows. Every feature is cross-platform and tested to give users the same feel on each operating system, including the loved auto-type feature. The complete database is always encrypted with the AES (alias Rijndael) encryption algorithm using a 256 bit key. KeePassXC uses a database format that is compatible with KeePass Password Safe. Your wallet always works offline and requires no Internet connection. The source code is published under the terms of the GNU General Public License. KeePassXC is and always will be free as in freedom as well as in beer. Contributions from everyone are welcome.
  2. Bitwarden is the easiest and safest way to store all of your logins and passwords while conveniently keeping them synced between all of your devices. Password theft is a serious problem. The websites and apps that you use are under attack every day. Security breaches occur and your passwords are stolen. When you reuse the same passwords across apps and websites hackers can easily access your email, bank, and other important accounts. Security experts recommend that you use a different, randomly generated password for every account that you create. But how do you manage all those passwords? Bitwarden makes it easy for you to create, store, and access your passwords. Bitwarden stores all of your logins in an encrypted vault that syncs across all of your devices. Since it's fully encrypted before it ever leaves your device, only you have access to your data. Not even the team at Bitwarden can read your data, even if we wanted to. Your data is sealed with AES-256 bit encryption, salted hashing, and PBKDF2 SHA-256. Bitwarden is 100% open source software. The source code for Bitwarden is hosted on GitHub and everyone is free to review, audit, and contribute to the Bitwarden codebase.
  3. Password manager that can generate unique passwords and also record purchase history across websites. Autologins everywhere. Super strong passwords. Security score monitoring. All with Dashlane. From credit cards to receipts, save everything in your digital wallet. Access your digital wallet on any device for free.
  4. A new year, and a new decade, is here and with that you probably have the urge to make new beginnings and start fresh with exciting projects. One suggestion is to take a look at securing yourself online by adding a password manager to avoid getting your accounts stolen as well as reduce the frustration of remembering all passwords. Here are my top suggestion for password managers in 2020. Security online is a difficult thing and with limited resources and competence in law enforcement for online crime, you would do well to take some additional steps to protect yourself. One such step is to manage your passwords online. Most people have dozens, if not hundreds, of accounts registered online. Most use the same login and password for all sites, or perhaps they have 3-5 variations that they mix with. This of course means that if one site is hacked and your passwords stolen, then all your accounts will be in jeopardy. Having unique passwords for each site is of course much, much more secure and if you have long passwords it's even better. The problem is remembering hundreds of long and complicated passwords, which is pretty much impossible. This is where password managers come in handy. Password managers act as a secure vault where you have one master password to rule them all. You get help setting good passwords that are randomly generated and not reused in multiple sites. This vault can then be accessed from any device so you can login with just one master password while still ensuring that all your logins use unique passwords that can not be used on other sites. Protecting your accounts online can be simplified using a password manager and these are my recommendation for 2020. LastPass Offers free version Price: Free for limited, $36 per year for premium account, 48$ per year for family account. Works with: Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, iPhone and iPad. Browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Edge and Opera. 1Password Offers trial version Price: $35.88 per year Works with: Windows, MacOS, Linux, Chrome OS, Android, iPhone and iPad. Browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge and Opera. Dashlane Offers limited free version (50 passwords on one device) Price: Free for limited version, $59.88 per year Works with: Windows, MacOS, Android, iPhone and iPad. Browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Edge and Opera. Bitwarden Offers free version Base price beyond free: $12 per year Works with: Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, iPhone and iPad. Browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Opera, Vivaldi, Brave and Tor Browser. KeePassXC It's free Donations accepted Works with: Windows, MacOS, Linux, Chrome OS, Android, iPhone and iPad, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and Palm OS.
  5. 1Password creates strong, unique passwords for all of your sites and logs you in with a single tap (or click). A single click opens your browser, opens a site, fills in your username and password, and logs you in. Our Strong Password Generator is your key to password liberation. One click creates a strong, unique password for each account, and our browser extension fills it into the website automatically. Organize your vault Mark your most important or frequently used items for quick access and sync this list among all your devices. Drag any mix of 1Password Logins, Secure Notes, and other items into folders for work, finances, social media, or any other grouping you need. Adding tags to 1Password items is a snap; focusing on them to get things done is even easier. Our new service keeps you informed about your security. Watchtower securely checks your logins for known vulnerabilities and tells you which sites need new passwords.
  6. LastPass is a secure, browser-based password manager that supports Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Safari. Sync your passwords between multiple browsers and computers. With LastPass you can: - Create strong passwords, knowing you only have to remember one. - Log into your favorite sites with a single click. - Fill forms in a second. - Securely share logins and notes with friends and let others share with you. All data is encrypted before it is stored on the server. The pro version of Lastpass offers access to Lastpass mobile apps. A stand-alone version, called LastPass Pocket, is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It can be installed on a USB memory device, allowing you to carry your LastPass data around with you. Pocket essentially provides backup capability and offline access for your Vault, although we recommend LastPass Portable over Pocket.
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