[clug] Password Managers for Ordinary Older Mortals: Recommendations?

Sam Couter sam at couter.id.au
Mon Mar 18 14:28:46 MDT 2013

steve jenkin <sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au> wrote:
> I've been learning about password-recovery tools and saw a note about
> the inverse, password managers.
> I'm looking for something:
>  - cross-platform, including Linux, that syncs the DB.
>  - that I can recommend to my older, retired friends
>  - that might store on a tablet at some stage.

I use KeepAss. Has Linux, Android and Windows versions. Works. Sync by
syncing the database file. If you add passwords on two platforms, it
can't sync the entries individually. I have seen sync solutions using
dropbox but I just copy the file to/from my phone when I make changes.
Sam Couter         |  mailto:sam at couter.id.au
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