Thanks, last time I used it there was no apparent 'touchless' integration with browsers, but I've had a look at the webpage and there are browser plugins, I might give it another go...if LastPass doesn't catch my eye first
As I said to Soren Madsen above, last time I used it there was no apparent 'touchless' integration with browsers, but I've had a look at the webpage and there are browser plugins, I might give it another go, tx.
I use keepass too... I love that there's an Android app version. I also carry a lite version of it on my phone, when I need a password on a computer and I have my phone, I just hook up my phone and bam, I have Keepass AND my encrypted database.
I have used both Keepass and Lastpass. It has been a couple of years since I used Keepass but I couldn't get the web integration working consistently. Other than that it was great.
I switched to Lastpass and would have to say it is my favorite. The lastpass database is encrypted on your system, and the encrypted database is sent to lastpass. They can not open it. Every browser I have that has the lastpass add-on in has all of my passwords. I even use it to keep none web passwords. So for me lastpass was more convenient for my needs and I don't have to carry around a usb stick.
I believe the explanation is that he wasn't really a politician, the best sign for that being that he stepped back without being forced to (AFAIK).
Pity that his substitute is a politician to the core.
He was a leader though.
Politicians are always realistically manoeuvering for the next election. They are obsolete as fundamental problem-solvers.