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Ryan
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join:2001-03-03
Braintree, MA
reply to whichpasswor

Re: Which password manager is the safest and most trustworthy?

Switched to lastpass from keepass a few years ago and have never looked back. I absolutely love it. My biggest thing with password managers is cross platform capabilities and many lack proper linux support (keepass + mono is awful). I also like the ability to open my passwords from my cell phone in case I am away from my own computer and want to login to something. Lastpass offers all of this and the best part is it offers it without any hassle involved. I use lastpass in combination with multifactor authentication and feel very safe.

I should also mention I used to be against lastpass especially since data is stored remotely, but after doing some research I realized I was being unreasonable. One thing to remember about lastpass, encryption is done LOCALLY. Using a strong password + multifactor there really is nothing to worry about. Another plus is you can limit logins based on country and block logins from TOR.