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Use a Password Manager as a time-saver

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by thedorf, May 4, 2013.

  1. thedorf

    thedorf Senior Member

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    If you are not using a password manager I think you should be. LastPass.com is free, free, free and they do not even annoy you.

    This is one of my top IM tools used and time-savers.
     
  2. Taccc

    Taccc Junior Member

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    1Password is amazing. It has saved me so much time and now I use long 15-20 character passwords for everything. Highly recommend them even at the higher price tag of around $15-$20.
     
  3. carlikito

    carlikito Regular Member

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    Agree. Roboform has saved me time and frustrations.
     
  4. cyberpowerpc

    cyberpowerpc Registered Member

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    What about security if your laptop/pc gets stolen?
     
  5. drywallrob

    drywallrob Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I agree. Last Pass is the best for this. You can organize you manual accounts by niche, and quickly login to them.

    For SEO, the better solution is auto-fill magic. They will have a BST soon for their service. It works great for keeping your accounts / passwords in order.