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Boudin
Navy Fan
Lafayette
Member since Oct 2006
10126 posts

re: Password manager recommendations
Bitwarden, it’s open source.. however I really want to try Enpass, it looks to be the most robust and configurable. I like what I’ve seen


TigerDeBaiter
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2010
7503 posts

re: Password manager recommendations
Keeper has been good for me.


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Pettifogger
Atlanta Braves Fan
Member since Feb 2012
53214 posts
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re: Password manager recommendations
I tried several before sticking with Dashlane.

All of them can be a little annoying/intrusive IMO but it would suck to live without it.


Stadium Rat
LSU Fan
Metairie
Member since Jul 2004
7577 posts

re: Password manager recommendations
RoboForm here.


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schmitty
Member since Jun 2008
296 posts

re: Password manager recommendations
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I tried it this way and it kept trying to use the first one I saved. I think I'm giving up on LP.


Check to see if you have auto login setup. If you do, turn it off and you will get a little icon in the username field and it will give you the option to select the account you want to login with.


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reauxl tigers
Chicago Cubs Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2014
1051 posts

re: Password manager recommendations
I'm not an old guy but I would figure those password logs they sell at office depot or best buy or barnes and noble would come in handy.


BilJ
Kansas State Fan
DANGA ZONE
Member since Sep 2003
144841 posts
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re: Password manager recommendations
trying to decide between lastpass and dashlane currently


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ChandlerB03
LSU Fan
Natchez, MS
Member since Nov 2015
1291 posts

re: Password manager recommendations
We use roboform at the office


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LSshoe
LSU Fan
Burrowing through a pile o MikePoop
Member since Jan 2008
2688 posts

re: Password manager recommendations
I use bitwarden self hosted, but you can use their servers too. You can share collections with others, etc. It's pretty cool.


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Korkstand
LSU Fan
Plaquemine, LA
Member since Nov 2003
15629 posts

re: Password manager recommendations
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I'm not an old guy but I would figure those password logs they sell at office depot or best buy or barnes and noble would come in handy.
So you have to lug this notebook around with you all the time? Then you have to flip through non-searchable paper pages to find anything? And if it gets lost/stolen all your passwords are in plain text, and you no longer have access to them yourself to boot?

I think you'd be better off just using the "lost password" function every time you visit any site. It's probably faster and it's definitely more secure.


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CubsFanBudMan
Chicago Cubs Fan
Member since Jul 2008
3595 posts

re: Password manager recommendations
I use KeePass and store my data file on Dropbox. I have access to the same database from home, work, my phone.


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