Posted 10/5/2020 09:24 (#8530997) Subject: Website Password Vault program review
I have been using a free program called KeePass.
This program allows you to save all your website usernames and passwords securely. Thus, not saving them in the browser or even worse in Notepad on your computer.
It is nice in that once you land on a login page you can open KeyPass, find the site in your list, and use Ctrl+V to automatically insert the login information.
Occasionally you get an odd website setup that doesn't follow the standard login/password sequence. You can just double click the password field in KeyPass and it will save it to the clipboard. Then you can paste the password into the password field.
Also, it has a password generator that you can create advanced large passwords for sites like banks or Amazon.
The one downside is that if you lose the password to KeyPass you cannot get into the KeePass file again. There is always a catch, I guess.