Saved password information which is safest?


#1

i have firefox browser and norton toolbar that allows saved login information. which one is more secure to save my passwords. or is there a better program to use?


#2

I use KeePass. Free, Opensource, versions for windows and linux, portable, not integrated with firefox though, but pretty easy time-limited copy-paste method for login information. Use one password to protect your other passwords.
http://keepass.info/screenshots/main.jpg


#3

Or, if you’ll listen to someone who deals with security concerns daily… generate a STRONG password (8 to 16 characters with upper and lower case and special characters and numbers) and use it for everything… rotate it every 90 days and call it a done deal…

example: Makoto4lif3?


#4

I don’t think you understood his question Trugoy. Also, I would not use the same password for everything tbf. To actually answer the OP’s post, just use firefox’s saved password system buddy.


#5

This. Please don’t use your SRK password for online banking.


#6

I use lastpass, its free and encrypted. You can manage it from a webpage (the vault) and it works in all browsers. You can also check out Roboform. I used that too for a time but I didnt like the way it stored passwords locally in cards.