Keepass, is one of the best Password managers out their today and I personally use it. I know their are many passwords that people have to know and remember and when you have so many passwords to remember. You tend to loose them and lose track of what password goes to what log in. One Password manager I use and I always recommend to people is Keepass. Keepass is a password managers that is so secure that I have no issues with losing passwords or forgetting passwords and logins.
What I like about Keepass is that it has features where I can create passwords and create passwords that are so hard to crack. I also like the fact that Keepass is also portable and I can put Keepass on a USB stick and take it everywhere with me. My Keepass on my USB stick acts as a Key to all my login and passwords. It’s very simple to set up and run. It’s so easy to use and manage that even a beginner can use Keepass in a mater of minutes. It’s no connected to the Internet and it can be used to store and manage all your login information.
Keepass is nice because I like the ability to take it everywhere with me and the portability of logging on to websites without ever forgetting or having to write them down on a piece of paper. Keepass is very simple to use and you can even use it on a USB stick because they have the Portable Keepass that you can install on any USB stick. The nice thing about Keepass that I like is that I only have one password to remember and that’s it. The rest I put on Keepass and when I want to go to a site and log in, I use Keepass to fill in the information. What I also like about Keepass is the Password generator feature. Keepass can generate for you Passwords that are very hard to crack and make them very strong. They use a two know algorithms called AES and Twofish.
So if you want an open source Password manager that is easy to use, simple to manage and you can take with with you where ever you go. I highly recommend Keepass and Portable Keepass. They are the best Password Managers I know of and the One I trust and use on a daily basis.
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