Hackers obtain sensitive data on servers of LastPass password manager

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#2

This is why Keypass is way more secure…it’s portable and on your computer not in the cloud where things gets stolen on regular basis. Plus you can encrypt keypass data so only you have the password to open the data file. So this would be a big plus with Keypass of which I am using right now the portable version so I don’t have to write down all my password or keep in the cloud for it to be hacked.


#3

Yes, KeePass is good. It’s also available on several platforms, so it’s almost garunteed to work on whatever OS a given user might be running.


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[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2755560]Yes, KeePass is good. It’s also available on several platforms, so it’s almost garunteed to work on whatever OS a given user might be running.[/QUOTE]

That’s a good thing to have in this mobile and many O/S computing times now. The portability is why I use and will keep using Keypass even if I loose my memory stick unless someone can break the password which is combination of numbers and symbols good luck at that. Plus I can sync with my Desktop keypass to make sure all my password and setting are up to date with the portable device so I will never forget which one is up to date on my login and sites and I do have a copy of it on my Android as well so should I need it I have a backup there as well on the Android but not in the cloud.


#5

here we go again… it seems it’s Dominator’s account only being affected?!

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