Forum Question: Password Manager

I know KeyChain Exists. But unless it goes beyond my understanding, I need something else. My household has both Mac and Windows PCs. We want to have a single Password Manager that can generate password, fill in Log-ins & Passwords, via some mechanism sync between a Mac and a Vista Machine and lastly I would like to be able to print out a hard copy of the Log-ins and Passwords.

File sharing via Sneaker Net or DropBox is fine. OnLine Syncing if OK if files encrypted. I was hoping to use RoboForm – it seems like it might work, but I can’t tell. Any chance Gary could make a Video Podcast on RoboForm of mixed families assuming it is possible? Thank you and have a nice day.

— Gordon Potter

Comments: 5 Responses to “Password Manager”

    1/26/10 @ 10:55 am

    I don’t know of any cross-platform solution to that. I use 1Password (http://macmost.com/j-1password) and love it, but it is Mac. RoboForm is Windows, no Mac version as far as I can see on their site.
    Perhaps the new 1PasswordAnywhere feature of 1Password will do what you want?

    Shane
    6/27/10 @ 8:53 pm

    lastpass works on mac,windows,linux,browsers and also it is free and it is the pen i use. it is is free one password is 40 dollars. i love lastpass

    Shane
    6/27/10 @ 9:14 pm

    lastpass works on mac,windows,linux,browsers and also it is free and it is the one I use. it is is free one password is 40 dollars. i love lastpass

    ClappTrapp
    10/9/12 @ 8:28 pm

    Robot Form looks like a winner. I like it better than 1password. It is available on Windows and NOW on the Mac and can SYNC with IOS6 ipad3 (and probably ipad2) You can make Folders and Sub folders too. That sold me! All my URLs are now available from the menu bar.

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