- 07-21-09, 10:31 AM #2
Different threads discussing Password Keeper pros/cons. If you don't use it, delete it. i use it heavily!
- 07-21-09, 11:34 AM #4
If you don't forsee needing it, delete it.
I use mine a lot. I have a job where I have multiple passwords to things and you have to change them every 30, 60 or 90 days. So I need a secure way to keep track of all that. Plus Password Keeper has a nifty password generator that can help you think of new ones. Since you usually can't repeat p-words it's nice to get some help.
Of course it would be nice (and probably) unsafe to have a way to export all you passwords to a text file or something. I got my phone wet and couldn't turn it on for 3 days while it dried. Over that time I had no access to my p-words.
- CrackBerry Genius
08-16-09, 07:25 PM #8
- 1,600 Posts
SO: if I were the evil George S or the like with lots and lots of money to throw around, why not spend some trying to crack the password keeper (or Norton's offering or your bank's offering) - if you could crack one, then you would have lots and lots of targets to milk. I keep mine in a flat ascii file, offline. Seems everybody is offering such. Is real security improved or just perceived ? Is the actual gain really that of convenience, or not ?