I have been using a password manager for a long time. My first was Roboform on the PC. When I moved to the Mac, it was 1Password. Both password management programs are excellent. In fact, many would say 'best in class'. But, and this is a big BUT, neither program is cross-platform. By my viewpoint, that is unacceptable today.
In an effort to find a strong, cross-platform solution, I turned to my blog and wrote, Password Managers with Cross Platform Support: Where Are They? The next day, a reader commented, "LastPass.com is what you are looking for." So, went to check it out. I now use it on all of my computers including Windows XP, Vista, Mac OS X, and Ubuntu.
Screen shot of LastPass Vault
Screen shot of LastPass site sidebar in FireFox OS X
The program has a wide range of capabilities, but it is well constructed and installs easily so you don't need to be a nerd to use it. It works in IE and Firefox browsers. It synchronizes information between machines and my LastPass Vault is available to any computer on the Internet. It recognizes webpage logins, autofils forms, manages scraps of data, displays logins effectively as a sidebar in the browser, and much, much more. If you are looking for a better way to manage your passwords and fill forms, LastPass may be it. You can check it out here: lastpass.com
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