Top 3 Best Password Managers To Keep Your Passwords Safe

Password managers are most reliable and provide a secure solution to keep all accounts passwords in a safe place. Password Managers also lets you to access them any time in a secured way. When it comes to password strength complexity is better, password managers can generate secure passwords for you. That’s why most security experts will advise you choose long passwords using complex words rather than using dictionary or personal names. As the name implies Password Managers are safe simple and easy to use.

The main aim of Password Managers are

  • To remember passwords
  • Password generator
  • Also works as a Form filler
  • Multi Platform support

After considering these useful features I selected Top 3 Best Password Managers To Keep Your Passwords Safe.

LastPass

LastPass

LastPass is one such application that is quite feature-rich. It supports multi platforms,great user interface, powerful security and password generator. I tested the LastPass in almost all platforms including browser versions. To get started, download the app to your desired platform. It will ask you to set a master password, after which you can create a new profile by entering your email address. LastPass is a really very good service to secure your important passwords.

Android, iOS.

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Keeper

Keeper organizes your passwords and sync across all platforms. It can auto-fill and remember your passwords for all your websites. It supports 256-bit AES data storage, PBKDF2 encryption keys and Two-factor authentication.

Android, iOS.

Dashlane

Dashlane

Dashlane is a one of the best password manager. It offers secure password vault with AES-256 encryption. It is also strong password generator in the browser that creates passwords as you surf.

Android, iOS.

 

 

Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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    Rahul Vithala May 6, 2014 at 5:55 pm

    Thanks for the correction.

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