Password Manager

A password manager is a software that helps a user organize passwords and PIN codes. The software typically has a local database or a file that holds the encrypted password data for secure logon onto computers, networks, web sites and application data files. Many password managers also work as a form filler, thus they fill the user and password data automatically into forms. These are implemented using a browser extension, smart card application or USB stick application that communicates to the browser or other application.
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  • Do I Need A Password Manager?

    … a little more, I started to think about how much easier it would make my life. Not having to remember a bunch of passwords sounds pretty good and the anxiety of having all of my information in one place was reduced when I found out my passwords were going to be encrypted. Password Managers Some of the password managers I looked into are… Dashlane…

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