Looking for a Passwrod app

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  1. baldybill

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    What password keeping apps does everyone use?
    What's a good one out there (either for android or PC)?
    I'm looking to make new passwords for all my logins but will need a good way to remember them all.
     
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    I use PassKeep as the app. I also use this on home PC and all laptops, so I keep the data file in Dropbox (in the cloud) and can access my passwords from virtually anywhere. I also use a portable version of KeePass on a USB memory stick.

    DropBox referral code: http://db.tt/m6f3425
     
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    I use OI Safe. Simple and free.
     
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    When you store the file in the cloud via dropbox, do you run some sort of encryption on that file? Like truecrypt or boxcryptor?
     
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    Password Keeper data files are stored in an encrypted format to prevent unauthorized users from accessing and viewing them.

    There is also an optional secondary level through the use of a file. I have never used this secondary level of security.

    For more info: Software Design - Password Keeper for Windows by Gregory Braun
     
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    I recently started using Pocket and am very happy with it. Free version is ad supported, $1.99 to remove ads, syncs with PC using Dropbox and there is a PC exe (which makes all the entry much easier). File is AES-256 encrypted and the master password is a SHA-512 hash.

    Pocket has entry timeout features and when you exit the app all clipboard is cleared. Seems pretty tight.