Top 4 Tools For Good Password Manager

A recent report revealed that the most popular password of 2016 was '123456'. This was followed by '123456789' and 'qwerty' as the second and third most popular choices. Needless to say, these are the worst passwords one can use of and make the accounts they are associated with incredibly easy to hack.

But as important as secure passwords are, they are generally tough to remember. So if you're not really good at remembering passwords, these password manager apps should help quite a lot.

1. LastPass LastPass is arguably the most popular password-manager apps out there. It allows you to safeguard all your important passwords and secure them with a master password. All the information is synced to your account and can be autofilled on associated websites that require keying in usernames and passwords.

2. Dashlane Dashlane is not just a password manager but also a mobile wallet. You can enter all your account passwords that you wish to save here, complete with login information. The app also helps you generate strong passwords that you can use with your accounts. It can be used pay bills online, provided you save your credit card/bank account details in it.

Most importantly, a Dashlane account password doesn't get saved anywhere, which makes it a bit safer. Keeper With Keeper, you can manage passwords as well as important files, documents and photos. It acts like an online safety vault. Similar to Dashlane, Keeper also includes the ability to generate strong passwords directly.

Autofill functionality ensures that you don't have to type in the login details on websites every time. On hardware-compatible devices, Keeper can be secured with fingerprint authentication for enhanced security.

3. Kaspersky Password Manager We mostly know Kaspersky for its Antivirus software, but its password manager app is also pretty good. The app can be used to save all your passwords, credit card details and even addresses. All of this information is synchronized across all devices. Much like other apps in the list, Kaspersky Password Manager also requires you to remember only one master password. The app also prevents screenshots for further improving security of saved data.

4. Zoho Vault Zoho Vault is a feature-laden password manager app that can also be accessed offline. From secure storage of passwords (and other relevant associated details) to automatic form-filling, Zoho Vault can do everything. It can also be used to generate strong passwords, but the key highlight is definitely offline access.

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