Protecting ones Passwords

  wee eddie 11:24 09 Jun 2007
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I am no longer certain that my Password Protection Concept is as secure as I once thought.

Therefor I am looking for a "Free" password Protection Program. A search on this site produced Roboform. A search of Google produced a melange of products whose names meant nothing to me and I am not that keen to leave my security to a complete unknown.

I am sure that there is other suitable free software out there and folk who are happy with it. Maybe they could pass on the one that they use.

All advice gratefully received and suggestions followed up.

  Jackcoms 11:32 09 Jun 2007

Why do you need software?

Put your passwords on an Excel spreadsheet or Word document and store that file on an external medium (pen drive, floppy), NOT on the PC

  spuds 11:42 09 Jun 2007

Wee eddie.Not sure if this information is any use.

Norton/Symantec Confidential (£29.99)

Softalizer products click here

Major Geeks click here and/or Snapfiles click here may have something!

  beynac 12:05 09 Jun 2007

I use Steganos LockNote: click here

As Jackcoms says, don't keep the file on the PC.

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