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Best password app?!

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  1. Curious Mew

    Curious Mew Active Member

    Hi, I'm looking for a password manager/service that includes:
    • Android app
    • encryption
    • stores credit cards
    • passphrases
    • integration w/Google Chrome

    is there anything close to this out there?
    thanks :p

  2. mauiblue

    mauiblue Well-Known Member

    I don't know if this covers all your needs but I like Lasspass for my Android phone and my PC.
  3. Curious Mew

    Curious Mew Active Member

    I have looked into LastPass, it does look pretty good. I wish I could find out whether it remembers passphrases and/or credit cards.

    For example, I use DuckDuckGo for my web searching. DDG requires a passphrase to pick up your custom search settings, it's pretty cool. I would need a password manager that could remember the passphrase.

    Although I've read many great things about LastPass, I'm a little concerned that it might be on the very top of a hackers list of things-to-do. I would imagine it's kind of a big target :dontknow:
  4. plemonjello

    plemonjello Active Member

    KeePass is pretty good and it's free. There's a free desktop version too. You can use dropbox, box.com, google drive, etc... to store your password file on so your phone and desktop always stay in sync.
  5. mauiblue

    mauiblue Well-Known Member

    Lasspass can generate random passwords or you can roll your own password or passphrase. It also will store credit card info and personal information like addresses, etc.
  6. Curious Mew

    Curious Mew Active Member

    LassPass or LastPass? I'm confused.. is that misspelled or a nickname for LastPass!? :bebored:

    Something I've actually looked into is mSecure. I just emailed these guys and their support answered promptly and gave thorough answers to my questions. For a 10$ app, I am hoping to get what I plan on paying for.

    Has anyone tried a paid password service? I would like to hear some opinions on these. There's gotta be something about the paid apps that make them worthwhile.
  7. glassmancheck

    glassmancheck Well-Known Member

    I use B-Folders. Syncs to your desktop PC. I'm very pleased with it.

    Only thing is I'm not sure if or how it might integrate with Google Chrome. It has it's own browser built in on android app and desktop app. Desktop app is real useful, and costs $30. Android app is free, but doesn't do you much good without the desktop app. The two synchronize device to PC without using the cloud. I'd highly recommend giving it a look.
  8. fdbryant3

    fdbryant3 Well-Known Member

    LastPass I believe can do all you want it to do. Most importantly they have a 2 week free trial so you can figure out it is a good fit for you.

    I don't know where LastPass ranks on the hacker hit list but knowing what is involved in the security I don't really worry about it.
  9. mauiblue

    mauiblue Well-Known Member

    Sorry about the confusion. It's Lastpass. It's a great app which I've been using almost two years now.
  10. colmmcgrath

    colmmcgrath Well-Known Member

    Install the mSecure - Password Manager. Its a free password manager app that will store all your passwords and highly confidential information. It has got a cool feature of password generator to create unguessable passwords. You can download it from the play store.

  11. tony_nexus

    tony_nexus Member

    I haven't checked too many, but have settled on KeePass. There is a version for Android, iPad/iPod, and PC. So I share the same KeePass file between my and wife's computers and devices and we have one file for the dozens of passwords, log-in names, and other confidential info. KeePass is setup to store name, password, and any freeform text. I keep the serial numbers for software in there too.
  12. jefboyardee

    jefboyardee Well-Known Member

  13. bardsleyb

    bardsleyb New Member

    How do you sync that file so that if you change a password and update that information on keepass on your phone, it updates on your wife's phone/laptop as well? We have dropbox installed on everything, so can I save that file to the cloud for seemless updates across all platforms? I know it says that Keepass was dropbox friendly but I never have tried to use that function, nor do I understand how I would go about setting it up in KeePass.
  14. AlphaWolf03

    AlphaWolf03 Well-Known Member

    Hi Curious Mew! Try Lookout.Lookout Security & Antivirus (free) blocks malware, spyware and Trojans, with user-schedulable daily or weekly anti-virus scans as well as automatic scanning of new apps and files when they're downloaded. Additional features include the ability to locate a lost or stolen phone on a Google map and activate a loud alarm to help find the device, and the ability to back up and restore the user's contact list. Lookout Premium($29.99/year or $2.99/month) adds phishing protection, privacy protection, remote lock and data wipe functionality, and the ability to back up and restore the user's photos and call history in addition to contacts.
  15. Rraj

    Rraj New Member

    Hi, I am using Galaxy note, i used smart application for locking Gallery and setting ( so no one should un-install and access the gallery data), but the data is easily visible in laptop on connection. Can any one suggest a best application, so my data is firmly secured.
  16. AlphaWolf03

    AlphaWolf03 Well-Known Member

    Hi! Try using Clipperz. Clipperz is a free, Web-based, open-source password management service that also lets you download a read-only copy of the application and your password data.It works with any computer capable of running Firefox, Chrome or any other browser that supports JavaScript -- including my iPad running Safari. It also offers a version of the Clipperz Web site that's optimized for mobile phones and other devices with small screens.Clipperz stores the offline copy of your password data as an encrypted HTML document. The local copy doesn't update automatically, so if you want to keep your offline copy up-to-date you will need to download a fresh one each time you update your database. It saves to a different date-based filename (e.g., clipperz_20100915.html) each day you use it; I purposefully overwrote the same file name each time so that I could open the file using the same Firefox bookmarkOnce you've set up an account, you can open either the online password vault or the local copy of your data using your user name and master password.Like RoboForm and LastPass, Clipperz initially encrypts password data locally, on your computer, before uploading it to the cloud. Once you set up an account, you can import data (Clipperz supports five formats, including Excel and CSV) or enter your account credentials manually.
  17. Rraj

    Rraj New Member

    Thanks for your reply and any other easy option or application. Earlier i was using Samsung Pixon, and before i upload or download the data in my laptop, my cell use to prompt for password, is there any such option ?
  18. whoelse

    whoelse Member

    May not be the best but something straight forward and simple you might want to check out SecretVaultpro.
  19. I have used keepass. It was free and did a good job. We just recently switched to lastpass. It is mostly free and is slightly easier to use and integrate into your browsers for automatic login. You do have to pay for the android app access though.
  20. GrouchoM

    GrouchoM Well-Known Member

    I use UPM.

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