πŸ” Top 10 Password Managers πŸ”‘ for Computers πŸ–₯️ and Smartphones πŸ“± (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS)

πŸ” Top 10 Password Managers πŸ”‘ for Computers πŸ–₯️ and Smartphones πŸ“± (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS)

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Hello everybody! In today’s video, I’ll show you my top
ten password managers for computers and smartphones. It would take a superhuman brain to remember
all the passwords you created for various online services, social media and game accounts. If it’s too difficult for you to memorize
even a few, you’d better use a special utility – password manager – to have everything
done for you. For starters, it will ask you to generate
a most complicated password for each of the websites you use regularly, and then will
save it to its memory, in a local or cloud-based storage. I have selected ten most popular password
managers to help you protect your accounts from hacking and make your life easier. Now you won’t have to memorize lots of passwords
– the utility will do it for you. All you need is to memorize a single password
to access the manager data. So, let’s begin, But before we start, let’s consider how
password managers store their data. As I said before, password information may
be kept either in the cloud-based service or locally, on your computer. Each of the methods has its pros and cons,
and it’s up to you to decide which is more important – convenience or maximum protection
for your data. Synchronization and storing data in a cloud
service are very convenient as all passwords are available for all devices where you need
them. However, if the online storage gets hacked,
your passwords may fall into intruder’s hands. Storing data locally is safer but less convenient. As long as a password is saved to your PC,
you can’t fill in password fields automatically when you use a different device, so you will
have to type the password every time. With dozens of accounts you may wish to create
for various websites, this method becomes all the more awkward. Finally, let’s have a closer look at the
top ten password managers. 10. 1Password
In the last position, we have 1Password. 1Password is a popular password manager app. It works without an Internet connection, but
it can also synchronize data using iCloud and Dropbox, Wi-Fi or shared folders on a
computer. With 1Password, you can share access or passwords
with family and friends by adding them to your trusted contacts. The app is available for Android, iOS, mac
and Windows. Additionally, you can install it as an extension
for popular browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari. Also, there is a version for mobile devices
with a 30 days’ free trial period. 9. Splikity
Position 9 goes to Splikity. It’s another password manager, without any
special options. It’s got automatic synchronization, extensions
for popular browsers and a mobile app. In our rating, Splikity ranks nine because
of its simple, stylish and extremely convenient interface. This service would be an excellent choice
for those who never dealt with password managers before. The app is available for Android, iOS, and
Web, and it’s commercial, so you will have to pay for using it. 8. OneSafe
Number eight of this rating is OneSafe. It presents a wide range of functions. Besides the classic password manager, the
app can block access to files or folders on a computer, and backs up password data regularly
to flash drives, optical disks, portable HDDs and other media. In addition, OneSafe has a feature called
Decoy Safe. The service uses it to create fake accounts
and let hackers attack them instead of the actual user account. The application is available in Android and
Mac versions, and it’s fully commercial. 7. SafeInCloud
Position seven is occupied by SafeInCloud It features a password generator and autofill
for any websites. This program works with such browser as Safari,
Firefox, Opera and Google Chrome, and it can also synchronize data between different versions
of its applications for Windows, Mac, IOS and Android. Another feature is using your own cloud-based
storage (Dropbox, Google Drive, Yandex. Disk and OneDrive). SafeInCloud is available free of charge for
Android, iOS, mac and Windows. 6. RoboForm In the middle of the rating, we can see RoboForm. In addition to the password manager functionality,
it can also protect you from phishing attacks. This service remembers or recognizes correct
links or links that involve advertising, and warns the user of any threats should they
emerge. The app is available for Android, iOS, mac,
Windows and Linux. You can choose between a commercial version
that supports synchronization with a computer, and a free version. 5. Dashlane
We gave position five to Dashlane. When you start it for the first time, Dashlane
examines the passwords you have created before and if any of them seems too weak, it suggests
modifying it, or generating and saving the new, more reliable password instead. Dashlane will show a notification if one of
your accounts is hacked, and suggest blocking such account and changing the password data. In addition, Dashlane can save receipts for
your online purchases, store your bank data, bank card numbers, account numbers and other
confidential information. SafeInCloud is available free of charge for
Android, iOS, mac and Windows. 4. Enpass
Number four on the list is Enpass. This program features an adjustable password
generator where you can select the encryption type and number of symbols used. Also, there’s a special window to add passwords
integrated with Google Chrome. It’s convenient when you need to create
many strong passwords for a dozen or two of websites, social media or online services. Enpass keeps its data in two places: encrypted
in the user’s own cloud storage (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive etc) and locally, on
the user’s computer or smartphone. This free-of-charge app is available for Windows,
Mac, IOS and Android. 3. LastPass
Now we are in for the top three password managers. Position three goes to LastPass. It fills in logins and passwords automatically
for any website you have added and it can help you share passwords with your family
and friends. It’s up to you to decide if you want to
share a password permanently, or just let a person enjoy temporary access to an online
service. With LastPass, you can set up a single super
password, and all data is stored locally. The free version of the app is available for
Android, iOS, mac and Windows, And you can unlock extra features for a pay. 2. KeePass
The second best choice is KeePass. Though the app looks a bit out of date, it’s
open-source and there is a portable version you can use with any computer as long as you
have a flash drive in your pocket. KeePass doesn’t have any integrated synchronization
features, and it can keep its password database in your own cloud storage or right on the
memory device of your choice, for example, the flash drive used for portable version. To ensure maximum protection, it’s recommended
to store the portable app and its database in an online service. If you do it, the application can be used
on any computer with no trouble. KeePass is absolutely free of charge and available
for all platforms. 1. Sticky Password
The top password manager in our rating is Sticky Password. This position seems well-deserved with tons
of positive feedback from users, easy and attractive interface, and a rich variety of
functions. The application has been created by developers
of the well-known AVG antivirus, and in addition to the typical functionality for similar products,
it can also work with databases of other password managers and synchronize data by Wi-Fi. Being able to choose between sync options
(Wi-Fi, cloud storage, or no sync) makes the app even more attractive for end users. This program supports all kinds of devices
and 16 types of browsers. Sticky Password is available both as a commercial
and free utility, the latter having a limited range of features. If you still feel distrust to password managers
because they keep all your passwords in one place, don’t worry:
Most products of this kind offer reliable protection. Most users believe that the benefits of having
strong passwords outweigh the disadvantage of storing them all in one location. However, this is by no means an exhaustive
list of all password managers you can use, so if you’d like to add some more apps or
there is something you disagree with, your comments are most welcome. That’s all for now! I hope this video was useful. Don’t forget to click the Like button and
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