Any users of these services? I have been messing around with 1password and ready to take the plunge, but now I've run into lasspass which is cheaper and also seems to be more cross platform capable....
what about dropbox? have you tried using it? It allows you to access 1password from any computer with internet. But I guess the only issue is it doesn't actually autofill your passwords; I believe copy and paste is in order.i started usign 1 password yesterday after using Last pass for a few years i love it the only thing i miss from last pass is being able to log in remotely and log in to my account but i understand 1password is working on the problem.
If you have a iPhone/iPod Touch get the pro app to another handy addition.
Kind of a moot point since most of the passworded sites you're protecting are accessible anywhere as well. I'm not advocating LastPass over 1Password because of this, but some perspective should be maintained.LastPass is a cloud application. That means it could be cracked. Given the service is nothing but passwords and confidential information, it will become target for crackers and thieves.
Kind of a moot point since most of the passworded sites you're protecting are accessible anywhere as well. I'm not advocating LastPass over 1Password because of this, but some perspective should be maintained.
Yes, 1Password is not cross-platform compatible. PasswordPlus is but then you have to sync between OS X and Windows. This is a case for a Cloud application and I'm glad it works.I use LastPass but that is because I go between Mac and Windows machines and 1Password doesn't work on Windows. I like LastPass and paid for the pro version so I could get the iPhone application as well.
1Password gives you an indication of how strong the passwords are. It can also generate passwords based on preferences set. I find websites the limiting factor. They either don't allow really long passwords, or they restrict the type of characters that can make up a password. In this day and age, that is just stupid, IMHO.It's secure as far as you can tell. All of your passwords used to access things important to you (hmm, like all your other passwords?) should be complex.