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  1. Crusader03's Avatar
    Quick question about Password Keeper. If my phone ever dies, where else could I access password Keeper? Thanks,
    Last edited by Crusader03; 11-30-18 at 02:24 PM.
    11-30-18 01:58 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    In your heart and mind. So touching. In other words, you should always have a backup.
    11-30-18 02:29 PM
  3. TheBond's Avatar
    Yep backup is the key. I have been swapping between different phones and the backup works
    D.Sandman likes this.
    11-30-18 02:47 PM
  4. Crusader03's Avatar
    I do have it backing up to Google Drive. Can I access it on my PC? Reason I ask, if phone dies and no replacement phone available at that time, then I'm on a computer and would need access to my passwords.
    11-30-18 03:19 PM
  5. Bla1ze's Avatar
    I do have it backing up to Google Drive. Can I access it on my PC? Reason I ask, if phone dies and no replacement phone available at that time, then I'm on a computer and would need access to my passwords.
    You can access the file on Google Drive and download it, but it'll be encrypted and only readable on another BlackBerry.
    BigAl_BB9900 likes this.
    12-01-18 01:34 PM
  6. GoGoGoose's Avatar
    I do have it backing up to Google Drive. Can I access it on my PC? Reason I ask, if phone dies and no replacement phone available at that time, then I'm on a computer and would need access to my passwords.
    As Bla1ze pointed out, the google drive backup only works on the BlackBerry. If you want to be able to retrieve your passwords with any device or PC, you may want to export your Password data into a text file or spreadsheet on a regular basis - just make sure the export output is stored in a secured drive because it won't be an encrypted file.
    Crusader03 and BigAl_BB9900 like this.
    12-01-18 01:50 PM
  7. Crusader03's Avatar
    Thanks GoGoGoose. Will see how I can save and encrypt the file to my PC. Cheers,
    12-01-18 02:02 PM
  8. Crusader03's Avatar
    You can access the file on Google Drive and download it, but it'll be encrypted and only readable on another BlackBerry.
    Thanks Bla1ze.
    12-01-18 02:22 PM
  9. conite's Avatar
    Thanks GoGoGoose. Will see how I can save and encrypt the file to my PC. Cheers,
    Or just use EnPass, LastPass, or 1Password - true cross-platform password vaults.
    12-01-18 02:22 PM
  10. DWonder's Avatar
    I prefer Norton ;-)
    12-01-18 02:39 PM
  11. Crusader03's Avatar
    Or just use EnPass, LastPass, or 1Password - true cross-platform password vaults.
    Do they automatically backup? If so, to where for restore? Thanks,
    12-01-18 04:47 PM
  12. Crusader03's Avatar
    I prefer Norton ;-)
    That is a paid App, correct? Where does it backup to for restore? Thanks,
    12-01-18 04:48 PM
  13. DWonder's Avatar
    That is a paid App, correct? Where does it backup to for restore? Thanks,
    I already pay for Norton's Security for my computer and I enter my login info in their mobile app. I'm not sure how much it would be if u dont already use them

    U can backup em up within the app on ur computer but ur password "vault" is synced to ur account for the most part

    Here's a link:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....mobile.idsafe
    Crusader03 likes this.
    12-01-18 04:53 PM
  14. Vistaus's Avatar
    I prefer Norton ;-)
    I prefer Bitwarden. Free and open source.
    12-01-18 05:11 PM
  15. conite's Avatar
    Do they automatically backup? If so, to where for restore? Thanks,
    They're constantly synced to the cloud.
    mr_poobah and Crusader03 like this.
    12-01-18 05:18 PM
  16. mr_poobah's Avatar
    As a LastPass user $10 or £10 a year is not a lot for cross platform use, have it as an extension on my Edge and Chrome browser on my laptop and on every phone I have owned in 3 years, the automatic page fill is excellent
    Crusader03 likes this.
    12-01-18 05:34 PM
  17. akavbb's Avatar
    KeePass is the true answer. Free cross platform. Open source project with different apps along platforms. The developer is now working on an iOS app, but there are already other free apps in all platforms that collaborate with each other. I am using keepass on BB, keepass2 on pc, mini keepass on iOS and soon will start using keepassium once it’s released officially (already using it as beta tester).
    12-01-18 11:13 PM
  18. skyscout's Avatar
    Is there a way to Print Out a Password Keeper's List (of my password data)?
    I have a BlackBerry Passport.
    Thank you...


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    12-26-18 08:30 PM
  19. skyscout's Avatar
    KeePass is the true answer. Free cross platform. Open source project with different apps along platforms. The developer is now working on an iOS app, but there are already other free apps in all platforms that collaborate with each other. I am using keepass on BB, keepass2 on pc, mini keepass on iOS and soon will start using keepassium once it’s released officially (already using it as beta tester).
    THANK YOU for the Info... online I see: KeePassB, KeePassB for BlackBerry.
    You noted only "keepass".
    Is there a specific Download I should seek out?

    Also, may I share/transfer my BlackBerry KP with my PC KP? and my iPhone 10 Max KP?

    Thank you very much


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    12-26-18 08:41 PM
  20. skyscout's Avatar
    Back again...Found answer to my question above re. Password Keeper -
    No. No magic Button to simply printout my List of Passwords.
    Best bet is to take Snapshots the of each of one.

    AKAVBB's recommendation to switch to KeePass appears worthy.
    According to an earlier comment by AKAVBB, I would download KeePassB to my Passport and KeePass 2 to my PC.

    I checked out:
    Www.keepass.info
    And
    Www.keePassB.com

    A bit of reading info required - especially if you are not an intimate whiz any longer (like me) in setting up and linking/syncing my BlackBerry to my PC for this program.

    Other options are out there too.


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    Dilborg likes this.
    12-26-18 09:29 PM
  21. akavbb's Avatar
    Keepassb is the one. The other is for legacy OS. The database can be transferred everywhere and via keepass for pc you can perform synchronization between the databases.
    12-26-18 10:14 PM
  22. akavbb's Avatar
    Of course if anyone requires help I will be more than glad to provide it. Just pm me.

    FYI the developer of keepassb now prepares keepassium which is an excellent release for iOS and which I am lucky to be beta testing.
    12-26-18 10:16 PM

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