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Looking 4 Good Password Keeper Software

Rajesh345

Youngling
I am Looking for a Password Keeper with Following features + Good UI

# Should have good UI [ I did do google search for PKeeper but most of them were Ugly
# Should have ablity to export to dbf ,excel format
# Prefer Freeware , but can suggest paid also [if good UI] [most from google results were UGLY/lot of fancy features]
# Will b better if portable(if not its ok ] [so i can store in USB drive ]
# I Donot need extra Fancy features , [just should save PW , encrypted , good UI
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Till now i was using this MSI password keeper [started using 5 years back +]
didnt switch to other Pkeeper's cause i like MSI password keepers UI
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(msi Pk is very very lite , no fancy features, non resource hungry ,and good look also ) but i now need new Software with above mentioned features[ export and import MUST]
Please suggest

Thank you
 
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Rajesh345

Youngling
LastPass may work for you
its the most popular and arguably the most secure one out there

thank u for fast suggestion but after installing last pass i found out it is FULLY cloud based (browser based), everything is stored in server :| , Means i cant access it without internet


Any1 know any other Password keeper software which is not CLOUD based [but have export feature+ good UI ]


Thank you


EDIT

Last Passs is able to import my Saved passwords from MSI password keeper :O , taught i have to manuelly transfer 100's of password to new program
 
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buddyram

New Voyage
TRY "WHISPER 32".
To me, it is the simplest application to store the login details in a file.
try and let me know!
 

funkysourav

What The.... !!!
Lastpass just backs up your passwords in the cloud, whenever it is connected to the net
if you aren't connected to the net, it can work in offline mode too saving your passwords locally
but if you want it to be "Local" only Keepass as Sygeek said is the way to go

Sygeek
the news doesn't prove LastPass' vulnerability above others
only that they revealed the news themselves
They weren't even sure it was an attack or random irregularities the database throwed up

All the security vendors face terrible attacks everyday, but only very few with mettle admit to it
Remember Kaspersky attack in 2010 october?
 

sygeek

Technomancer
the news doesn't prove LastPass' vulnerability above others
I'm not saying nothing is invulnerable, I'm saying LastPass is not "Arguably secure" (atleast not as you expected).

They weren't even sure it was an attack or random irregularities the database throwed up
I guess they were sure, everyone was.
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funkysourav

What The.... !!!
Then i guess the OP needs to find out what he feels secure in
'cause at the end of the day the end user matters over Software
i am using Lastpass for a year and haven't stopped using it
i just follow some good security habits which should be enough


Recommendations
Lastpass
Keepass
RoboForm
 
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Rajesh345

Youngling
Then i guess the OP needs to find out what he feels secure in
'cause at the end of the day the end user matters over Software
i am using Lastpass for a year and haven't stopped using it
i just follow some good security habits which should be enough


Recommendations
Lastpass
Keepass
RoboForm
Thhank u all for replies

After trying last pass i found

Everything is ok , Other than CLoud based password storage, i want it to b stored in my pc

my policy is IF encryption is made by human it can also b cracked by human

i find more secure saving pasword in my pc than cloud based servers
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i will install keepass and ROboform and post updates here

Thank u all again :)




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sygeek

Technomancer
Everything is ok , Other than CLoud based password storage, i want it to b stored in my pc
my policy is IF encryption is made by human it can also b cracked by human
i find more secure saving pasword in my pc than cloud based servers
Actually LastPass stores a cached copy of your password database in your computer for offline storage (which can be accessed in a browser having LastPass plugin installed).

i am using Lastpass for a year and haven't stopped using it
i just follow some good security habits which should be enough
Well, as a matter of fact, even I use it.

Why should I, even after I mentioned it is insecure?
Well, mainly because it is the best password management software (in my opinion) for a web browser, and I don't prefer going for a standalone software and looking up the password details again and again. LastPass fills it for me right in the browser. As far as security is concerned..well..
1. I don't save passwords of sites containing very confidential information.
2. Even if the LastPass's database gets compromised, the chances of my account getting hacked especially is almost 0%.
3. If MY account gets hacked, there won't be anything resourceful for the hacker.
4. Lastly, the hacker needs the MasterPassword to access the account which is inaccessible to anyone (even the LastPass officials) due to high encryption methods (and because they care about our security and privacy).
 
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Vyom

The Power of x480
Staff member
Admin
^^ Who?
Btw, have to try LastPass after hearing so much praise. Till this moment, the only place I was keeping my password was my brain. But lately this brain is becoming tired, and can use some help. :))
 

Vyom

The Power of x480
Staff member
Admin
^^ :rofl:
A rare gem in the name of SPAM! Notice the workfromhome link at the end.

And I think, it's not the spammer, but a MOD who deleted that post! :-D
 
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