With the increasing cases of cybercrime these days, it has become inevitable to keep your information secure. Websites, in order to maintain the security of their users, and to ensure this they present you to choose your username and password which ensures your online security.
Since, these passwords makes your online presence secure, you should take conscious actions to keep them safe. And to help you manage your passwords here is a list of 5 Best password managers that are pretty effective in completing this task.
Free password managers for Mac and Windows
Splash Id is an application developed for Mac, Windows, iPhone, iPad and iPhone touch. This pretty application enables you to secure your passwords, credit card numbers, Account PIN s, etc. The applications provides a clean interface with the ability to sort your details as per your comfort.
This is another great application which ensures your security by encrypting your passwords, login details, personal information, etc and storing it on your hard drive. Desktop keeper uses military-grade encryption (128-bit AES) which ensures maximum security.
Using 1Password you can generate strong password, which makes it extremely difficult for the hacker to break into your security. But the only drawback of this application is that it is designed only for Mac users and Windows version of this application has not yet been released.
This tiny app helps you reduce the clutter of remembering loads of passwords for all your online profiles. All you need to do is remember one easy password to get access to all your other passwords.
This opensource freeware allows you to keep your passwords safe using just a single master key/ master key file. Keepass uses AES and Twofish encryption methods which ensures the security of your Database.
Choose any of the above mentioned applications and you can feel secure for your online identity.
I personally prefer Keeper Desktop as it is a nice looking application and simple to use. What all applications do you use to keep your online presence secure ?