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Contributor II

Re: Password Manager

Using a commercial, paid password manager with a unique password for each unique site visited. Complexity is simply too much to either use one complex password or the same password for every site, any more.

Viewer III

Re: Password Manager

Greetings Lamont.

I have a couple choices to use at work; the one I have chose to use is Keepass 2.

The passwords are stored in Box location that I am unable to access outside of work, so I do not use that same password database for my personal password manager.  But since I understood the features of it, I use a free version of it from my Android phone as my personal password manager.

 

Thanks,

Thomas Haze CISSP.

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Re: Password Manager

Hi

 

I checked both Password Manager Pro (https://www.manageengine.com/) and PSM of CyberArk.

 

both are fine

Reg

HP