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Plato Safe Password Manager< のgiveaway は 2010年3月12日
Plato Safe Password Managerは簡単にパスワードを管理してパスワードを暗号化保護。
Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7
Except that, you're not really supposed to store your passwords in your browser, since crackers have figured out how to steal them using virus' & trojans.
Current thinking is, that an encrypted external database is safer. Of course there may be a backdoor in them as well. I use index cards.
I use the open source KeePass - it is great. I allows you to generate strong passwords based upon rules (i.e. Caps, Numbers, Letters, etc.) that you can set.
Put it on an encrypted USB drive using TrueCrypt.
Extremely useful tool. Just don't forget the KeePass password or you're... you know.
$30.00 is a bit pricey for something that can be handled with a simple $1.00 address book (of course stored in a safe place away from your computer).
There is a free alternative that is open source and has an excellent Forum for issues with the program. Passwordsafe. - http://passwordsafe.sourceforge.net/ -
Er, um. . . to anyone thinking that integrating your passwords into a browser is A Good Idea: think again.
The whole point of password archiving is security. Yet there are people here who apparently wish to lead others into thinking that a browser -- any browser -- is secure.
Iy yi yi yi.
Criticism of today's GOTD because "it doesn't integrate into a browser" really is no criticism at all.
That said, I can't get anywhere near assessing the software's value because Web of Trust has a blocking alert on the developer's website:
Vendor reliability: Very poor
Privacy: Very poor
Candidly, a company producing -- of all things -- a password manager yet which is itself classed as a major risk is too great a contradiction to contemplate.
Thanks then, GOTD, but no thanks: today's developer should be trying to sort out its current, damning WoT rating before seeking to recruit new users to a product ostensibly intended to enhance their privacy and security.
Lots of free password managers out there: Roboform (free with limitations), lastpass (firefox) etc...
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