10 Best Password Managers

I came to see a lot of Password Managers nowadays. On seeing those password managers I simply smile thinking ‘Oh! People like me are all around ‘. There are many people (me including) who forget their passwords frequently and reset their account again and again. Some people I know keep the same generic password for all the accounts they create. I think it’s the time to safeguard our online accounts as soon as possible. now, for helping us there are a number of Password Managers are created. They manage our passwords, generates strong and random passwords to make our accounts more secure. Oh! I feel relieved. Come let’s have a check which is the best Password Managers.

1. LastPass

There was a security rift suffered by LastPass in 2015. Though the master passwords couldn’t be decrypted, even by the LastPass employees. But the password hints were extracted by the hackers. It was a great failure for the company, but they managed and handled the situation very well. They immediately alarmed all the users and upgraded their services.  The upgraded version was far better than or can even say is the best ever, came up with the AES-256 bit encryption with salted hashes and PBKDF2 SHA-256 which simply means that no hackers can get into your account without knowing your password.

2. Dashlane

Features like AES-256 bit encryption, one-click login and password change, automatic password capture, 2-factor authentication, auto filling of the forms, and support for all the major platforms and browsers. One click Login is extremely quick and the syncing feature is much faster as we think. The overall security of all your account will be shown in the dashboard. It also lets one save the digital copy of ID card and o save the credit card details.

3. 1 Password

It is popular for its Best UI and it has its minimalist design. TouchID Authentication was supported by the iPhones and Mac. The major missing of this Password Manager is that 2-factor authentication.

4. Sticky Password

This Password Manager is not so famous around us. AES-256 bit encryption along with support for fingerprint authentication is used in this. There is a master password which cannot be decrypt even by the employees of the company. When you sign up there will be a note telling that if you forget the master password, they say that there’s no way to recover your account. Here Local WiFi syncing and Local WAN syncing are used to sync your password across your device.

5. LogmeOnce

Here also bio-metric authentication is used but a slight difference is that you can use this on any device.  And also 2 Factor Authentication is used wisely. Fingerprint Authentication is also used.

6. KeePass 2, KeePass X, KeePass XC

This Password Manager will not save your password on the cloud, there is less chance of hacking into your account. KeePass2 uses KeePass X and KeePass XC which is built on the same code. The Only difference they have is that they work on different platforms. KeePass 2 can be worked on Windows, whereas KeePass X is for Linux and KeePass XC serves for all i.e. Mac, Linux, and Windows.

7. RoboForm

It has AES-256 bit encryption with PBKDF2 SHA256.This Password Manager is supported on all platforms like iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, and Linux. A different feature seen in this service is that online forms are filled up automatically and fingerprint authentication is also used. The drawback is that there is no way to save the credit card details.

8. True Key

As usual  AES-256 bit encryption, auto-capture and auto-fill of passwords, and a virtual wallet are used secure your credit card details.  You can use your fingerprint-authentication, master password, trusted devices, and your face to get into your devices or account. It allows syncing your data’s almost with 10 accounts.

9. Padlock

It’s an Open Source software which has an app which supports on platforms like Windows, macOS, and AndroidYou can add this service manually, import it or even by its plugin. Saving credit cards and auto filling up of online forms cannot be done in this service.

10. Bitwarden

There’s no native app supported for the desktop. They try to combine the security of open-source software platform and the UI of the proprietary.