Welcome To Best Password Managers!

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If you have a safe at home that helps keep your most valuable possessions hidden, locked and private, then what’s the equivalent of a safe but for all of your passwords? The answer: Password managers! A password manager can act as your last line of defense for passwords as well as other personal information stored on your computer. Some password managers essentially just store your passwords. The best password managers keep track of all your different passwords on multiple devices and can hold much more information than only passwords, and there are many of them. So which one should you choose? Finding the right password manager can be a difficult quest. So we’ve gone ahead and did the research for you, to help you decide what password manager is best for you. The resulting list of password managers is based on our comprehensive analysis.

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SplashID Safe Password Management Software

SplashData, Inc. was founded in 2000, and provides both consumer and business applications that manage passwords and other data. The company’s products are beings used by millions of users globally...

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DataVault Password Manager for Mac and iOS

DataVault is the product of Ascendo Inc. and may be the most feature rich, multi-platform password manager you can find today. Ascendo as a company focuses primarily on BlackBerry software, but...

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RoboForm Password Manager for Windows, Mac and Mobile

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