Roboform type apps

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  1. marcp

    marcp New Member

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    Does anybody know of any type of app that is similar to Roboform?
    Roboform protects and fills in username and passwords to various sites where you may need a password, to either access your control panel etc.

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    I second this question. LOVE my Roboform. On my list of top 10 paid software apps ever.
     
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    Third this question. Actually, all I'd really want is the option to store all my passwords on my phone using an app similar to what was available for blackberry and I think iphone.

    Lastpass is pretty close to roboform and they have an android app and you can import roboform data to it.
     
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    If there was such an app, I doubt many people would actually like it, only because it would have to be running in the background at all times. The closest thing I can think of right now is KeePass for Android. It stores your passwords in an encrypted database, and will copy your passwords to the clipboard to paste into website login boxes.

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    How is this different than allowing the default browser (or pretty much any browser) to remember your passwords for you?
     
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    Clear the cache and cookies, un/pwd wiped out. This is a full fledged password manager.
     
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    Not true on cache/cookies. The passwords are managed separately and must be cleared separately. Maybe I just don't use enough sites that require logins to need a more sophisticated approach. The built in method suits me and half the time I just enter them manually because I don't trust anyone or anything but me to have access to it (banking, email, etc.).
     
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    Something is clearing mine then because i have to reenter mine all the time
     
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    ok, to be fair, clearing cookies will make the page not automatically know what username to use but will not clear the password from memory. If you manually type your username it should then autocomplete the password for you.

    I rarely clear my cache/cookies unless I have a problem so this isn't much of an issue for me.
     
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    But with Roboform, it saves ALL of your username/passwords in a vault. You can password just the vault and then have it fill the page for you with the single click of a button as it will remember the url of the page(s). Much easier to remember a master password rather than dozens. on the pc, I have over 200 un/pwd combos (because if you're smart, you don't use the same in case someone gets your info). My master password is super long and complex, but it's only 1 to remember. Even if someone got it, unless they wrote it down from copying over my should (which, it's only dots, so they'd have to be really good to get the keystrokes), it's a nice little method. Between work passwords and all the sites I visit, it's been a Godsend honestly.
     
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