[dba-Tech] Password Manager apps
ssharkins at gmail.com
Wed Oct 5 11:17:37 CDT 2022
That's what they do Arthur. I'm the same way -- I use the same three or four
passwords and even with so few, without Google I'd be sunk.
The password managers create good strong passwords and save them for you --
it knows which to enter when accessing.
I downloaded Avast One a while back and I really love their browser. My
husband uses the premium (paid), and I'm thinking about upgrading. If I do,
I will probably get the password manager too, if it doesn't come with the
My one worry is that the password manage might be corrupted -- what do you
do then? It's kind of like our cellphones -- nobody memorizes phone numbers
I want one of these which can realize how stupid I am and stop me from using
the same password everywhere, and suggest one of those fancy passwords for
this site instead and also remember it?
On Wed, Oct 5, 2022 at 11:48 AM Kathryn Bassett <kathryn at bassett.net> wrote:
> Dashlane. Have so many passwords etc that I updated from the free one
> (limit of 50) to the next level. Been using it for several years.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: dba-Tech <dba-tech-
> > bounces+kathryn=bassett.net at databaseadvisors.com> On Behalf Of Susan
> > Harkins
> > Do any of you use a password managing app? Avast One has one, but
> > I've
> > enabled it yet. Pros and cons? The one with Google does well enough
> > although I occasionally have to go in and fix items.
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