Best password manager?

Last Update: June 03, 2019

Hello everybody. I have a question about password managers. I read a few blogs here about them. Unfortunately, the information is slightly outdated.

Why? For example, LastPass is free and works well. Nope. It does not have fill form option from 2019 March update. You need to copy and paste password from the vault in to the site.

Besides it, LastPass likes to make jokes such as overwrite passwords if you have a couple accouts for emails such as Yahoo. I lost an excess to my main email.

Support ticket did not help because the answer was: sorry, we cannot fix it.

There is plenty blogs about password managers on the web. However, when I see Last Pass between five best options, I decided turn to the team of experts here.

I guess that plenty of members use password managers. I am right?

All the best, be wealthy and healthy, Nemira

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kvimont Premium
I have been using Dashlane for many years and I use the paid version so my passwords are available on all of my devices. The free version is just as great and I have never had any problems with it!
Hope this helps,
Kim
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PMindra Premium
Hi, Nemira.
At the present time, I do not use a password manager but your post and the responses here has prompted me to look into it.

Thank you for sharing.

Paul.
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NemiraB Premium
I tried LastPass and liked it because it was so easy and took some trouble with putting everything into notebook.
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PMindra Premium
Hi, Nemira.
I looked into a few of the options mentioned here.

Call me 'Old Fashined,' but I have have a problem with someone else remembering my password for me.

I keep a spreadsheet (Notebook) on a removable device of all my passwords and then I copy and paste (never directly input with the keyword) from there.

Has served me well so far.

Thank you for your reply.

Paul.
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GlenPalo Premium
I use RoboForm but am considering switching to Dashlane.
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nudge1969 Premium
I use Keeper security. It’s a paid app but well worth it. All passwords encrypted etc, auto fills fields.
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NemiraB Premium
Thank you very much for your answer. Do you pay $50 or just over 20 dollars?
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nudge1969 Premium
I pay about $60 Aussie dollars for the family membership.
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NemiraB Premium
Thanks a lot for the reply:)
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BenjisDad Premium
Dashlane. All the way.
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NemiraB Premium
It seems that it is worth choosing it. Thank you.
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NemiraB Premium
Hm, I read all reviews and feedbacks and seems that Dashlane is not the best option.
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BenjisDad Premium
works for me, lol. been using it for a while now.
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