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Anyone Using Roboform?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Given, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. Given

    Given Regular Member

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    Just wondering if you guys have ever used roboform?

    I have atm over 100 sites, on 5 servers and tons of profiles on different sites and I accidentally stumbled onto roboform last week... its like 9 bucks for the first year so I bought it and BAM! I can't believe I haven't been using it this whole time. Purely awesome, I can create as many profiles as I want, store as many passwords as I want, the passcard feature is cool, the autofill feature for the profiles is a god send, especially when you need to create many profiles on websites with the same info ( this is useful when I create throw away/spam profiles on sites). I can install it on as many computer/laptops/cellphones/whatever and I can even store everything on a USB and whip it out when I need it.

    Well I guess I'm just so happy that I finally managed to organize my stuff and probably save me an ass load of time in the future that I'm posting this. If you don't use roboform you're missing out... check it out =] (google it)
     
  2. tankr

    tankr Junior Member

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    Couldn't live without it. Been using if for years. Awesome software. Just wish they would do a Linux version too.
     
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    popcrdom29 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I agree it's an awesome program. I use it all of the time. A little piece of advice though: make sure you back up your profiles and passwords on a regular basis. I've heard of people crying because their PC crashed and they lost everything.

    I make it a habit to make a backup on a thumb drive and I also print out a hard copy and keep it in a safe place.
     
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    m0nster Senior Member

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    thanks for reminding me about this. tried using imacros but wasn't even working for the simplest of clicking stuff even with x/y clicking on smh.

    if its only 9 for a year i'm gonna jump on it........once i get bootcamp on this damn mac -.-
     
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    opticbit Registered Member

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    i use LastPass, its free unless you want an rsa key, or a few other advanced options. it works on pc, mac and linux. and does about the same stuff as roboform. i forget howmuch for paid version but its cheap. i think i saw it in an electronics store recently.
     
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    Given Regular Member

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    I checked it out and it seems cool but I would feel kinda weary about storing a lot of sensitive info like passwords and such with something that is free, I don't know why I would feel this but I just do. I think it gives me the impression that it could be less secure or something.
     
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    xSubZer0x Junior Member

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    love using roboform been using it for awhile now actually purchased it awhile back and yes i agree they should work on a linux version
     
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    roberteb Regular Member

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    I also love Roboform I've upgraded to Everywhere which syncs your bookmarks to a server. The only things I don't store on Roboform are bank details / Paypal I use Keepass for that and run it from my PC.
     
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    I love the free Lastpass compared to the PAID roboform.

    There are features that I use everyday that roboform doesn't have.

    The passwords are secure on either platform.
     
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    LOL-Blaster Regular Member

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  11. Crewchief007

    Crewchief007 Power Member

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    I've been using Roboform for a number of years now and nothing comes close when you decide to use all of the features. Not only do I have logins stored for over a thousand accounts, I have certain accounts broken down by profiles.

    Meaning, all of my IM profiles, (i.e., Joe Blow, John Doe, Mark Show, Larry Go, etc., etc.,) all have there own profiles set up so that I never commingle any of the accounts.
     
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    Is roboform really that safe to use? I am not worry about the $9 of course, but how does it compare to saving it to an excel. (isnt that more safe in a way?)
     
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    You can't compare RoboForm to Excel. That's like comparing walking versus riding in a SUV. Which is better? Excel would be walking and of course, RoboForm would be your SUV.

    I keep backups of all of my logins on Excel as a extra backup but I never have to refer to them.

    Just think... instead of copying and pasting, all you are doing is clicking. You enter your Master Password into Roboform for that day and you never have to enter any passwords for that day after that. It saves a tremendous amount of time.

    As far as security, your information is encrypted. If a person can hack into RoboForm, they can hack into your Excel spreadsheet, LOL.

    P.S. I believe RoboForm is a little more than $9.00. My renewal is more than that, I'm sure.
     
  14. redfan123

    redfan123 Regular Member

    I use Dashlane, which is free :p