Re: password managers
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It’s not free but I’ve found 1password to be accessible. It works with Pc’s as well as I-Os devices. You have to create an account and everything sinks threw that. When you create the account it generates a key so even if someone were to guess the password to the account, they’re not getting in do to not having that key.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Jim Weiss via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2022 8:08 AM
Subject: Re: password managers
PW Safe works well and is free for Windows. The iOS version is very accessible but there is a one time charge for the app. You can share the database between your iOS device and Windows using dropbox but there is a charge for that feature. You can also install iCloud for Windows and access the database across both platforms and that option is free. I have been using PW Safe on my Mac, iPhone and Win 10/11 machines for about 10 years without any issue.
Stascom is no longer supported and I don’t think they have updated the code in over 2 years. PW Safe is actively being developed.