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Topic # 25384 20-Aug-2008 09:52
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What is everyone using with regards to password keepers?

I have been doing a trial of 1Password and find it works, problemo is that when I go to buy it, the price is like $34.95 US which seems like RIP to me.


What else is there that is any good? or am I stuck. To be honest, I don't really like PW holders incase some other turkey gets hold of my machine. 

I prefer to keep like 8 different passwords instead.

Suggestions or preferences anyone?

Cheers



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  Reply # 158254 20-Aug-2008 10:02
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i got this from macheist one of the last times they had a big sale.  keep an eye out for it on there because you can probably pick it up with like 10 other good apps for around $50USD.  it's a good deal, most of my commonly used apps are from macheist bundles!

http://www.macheist.com/

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  Reply # 158255 20-Aug-2008 10:04
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1Password for the iPhone is free - this is what I use.

I always have my phone with me anyway so having a laptop/desktop based password keeping program was a necessity.

Works really well on the iPhone for me too

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