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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by RickenRocker24, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. RickenRocker24

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    What's the best password keeper app?(htc eris) I love the password keeper that all blackberrys have...so anything similair? Thanks
     

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  2. doogald

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    I don't know about the best, but I have been using LastPass for the last month, since it is cross-platform, runs in all of my browsers, and runs on Android to boot, for $1 a month (I think.)
     
  3. pkopalek

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    I use 'Keeper'. It's perfect. It also is supposed to synchronize with a PC app too, but I haven't tried that.
     
  4. pavirotten

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    B-Folders works for me. It keeps not only passwords but also notes, credit card info, contacts, and bookmarks that you don't want others to see. It has a global password to protect everything that you store in the app.
     
  5. RickenRocker24

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    Ok Thanks...will try those appz:)
     
  6. ninjoblio

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    Doing a quick search, I see there's also KeePassDroid. While I haven't used the Android app at all, I HIGHLY recommend the desktop version.

    I use it for all the passwords on my PC and is pretty secure assuming you use a master password that's at least 10 alpha-numeric characters. Also, it looks like I can take the file from my PC and just copy it over to my Eris and I'm good to go.

    *bonus:
    Here's a recent article on general password security:

    Your Passwords Aren't As Secure As You Think; Here's How to Fix That - Passwords - Gizmodo
     
  7. dewalist

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    Check out either SecForms or PasswordSafe. These let you customize the data structure. For example, I record what address and what email address I give when registering for a website. I can create a template that has name, userID, password, email, address, etc.
     
  8. lighthound1148

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    I have been using SecForms by Elaxys.net for about 6 months now. Ihave it on my HTC Inspire.
    It works great and stores all the information on the sd card.
    They have great documentation on the application. They also have a pc version which you are suppose to be able to sync with your phone via wifi or usb.
    I have not been able to make the sync work,
    The company have not returned any of my e-mails with questions asking for assistance.
    Now I am unable to open their website even from the link they provide on the application.
    I see they still offer their lite version of this app in the Android Market.
    Does anyone know what is going on with them of how to contact them??
    It is the BEST application of this type and the easiest to use.
    Customer support has been zero and I paid for their non lite version so I could sync with the pc.
    Any information will be appreciated.
     

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