Why use Password Manager?

No matter how many walls are placed around your machine, there is always a key for complete access: your password. There are countless programs that attempt to determine passwords, both by guessing common ones and by randomly generating possibilities and trying them all, or a combination of the two.

The best defense is a “strong password”. A strong password is a combination of numbers, uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and, if possible, other characters. This makes the password nearly impossible to guess in a reasonable amount of time, and ensures that all the hard work you put into keeping your machine well-defended does not go to waste. The longer the password, the harder it is to guess.


Of course, as passwords get closer to random numbers and letters, they also get harder to remember. That doesn’t mean that you have to fall back on a weaker password, though. You can m15peLL w0Rdz intentionally, or use a Password manager/Password Vault software.

A password manager will take a load off your mind, freeing up brain power for doing productive things rather than remembering a long list of passwords.

A dedicated password manager will store your passwords in an encrypted form, help you generate secure random passwords, offer a more powerful interface, and allow you to easily access your passwords across all the different computers, smartphones, and tablets you use.

Some of the best Password Managers are:

1)1Password 4.0

2)Dashlane 2.4.1

3)KeePass 2.26

4)LastPass 3.1.2

5)PasswordBox 1.3

6)SplashID Safe 7.2.3








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