Raise your hand if you haven’t read our website at least 2 times to see the importance of unique and complex passwords. And put up one of these programs now if you don’t already have a password safe.
Choosing a password manager is a tough decision, with many options. LastPass is the more modern and convenient version, which integrates with our browsers and can enter our details or generate passwords with a click or two. KeePass is a bit more challenging to use but has the advantage of being installed on a computer offline. Find out in this article how they work and what each offers!
They offer a free service, and while it does not require any registration (though if you want access to your passwords from an additional device, you’ll need to go premium), we’re concerned about how they store the data.
LastPass is the more modern and convenient version, which integrates with our browsers and can enter our details or generate passwords with a click or two. Its free version also lets you store unlimited passwords, but you only have to forget to synchronize them between multiple devices – or pay around €1 a month.
Although LastPass uses client-side encryption, some people are uncomfortable with having their essential data stored elsewhere. KeePass keeps its database on your computer, but it is less convenient to use for them.