Rnwl coming soon.
May go see about bitwarden.
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I have Sticky life time purchased maybe 3-4 years ago.
Nov 27th, 2020 6:32 pm
I know right? This is a weird one to me. I consider myself fairly "in-the-know" when it comes to tech products and I've never heard of this password manager outside of RFD. Somehow, there's a decent chunk of SP users on here.
Password managers help you keep track of your credentials, stored in a secure place. It is always advisable to use a different password for each and every site or service you use. Data breaches happen all the time. If you use the same password everywhere, all it takes is one data breach, and all of your accounts are vulnerable.
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Nov 28th, 2020 1:07 pm
Try MYKI. its free to use and has the features you are looking for. and your passwords are not stored on the cloud but local in your phonervs007 wrote: ↑ I just started using Bitwarden to see if it is a suitable replacing for 1Password. For 1Password (and StickyPassword), on webpages where there are input fields for login/password, 1Password & StickyPassword would have their icon shown and clicking on it will drop down a list of saved login/password for that site. I don't see that with Bitwarden. I can right-click, and in the contextual menu, pick Bitwarden then choose from a list of saved logins. Is there something that BitWarden offers that mimics 1Password & StickyPassword in this regard (where the list of logins is accessible right from the input field?
Nov 28th, 2020 6:37 pm
Thanks, I'm looking into Myki (never heard of this before) and it looks promising. However, if the storing of passwords with Myki is local/off-line, is there any way to look up a password if you lose access to your mobile device (ie. look it up from a password secured website)?
Nov 28th, 2020 6:43 pm
Nov 28th, 2020 8:39 pm
you can backup your passwords to your phone... it'll create a file that you can use to restore ur files.
Nov 28th, 2020 8:42 pm
MYKI uses browser extensions and QI code... as long as u can scan the QI code using ur mobile app, u will have access to ur passwords. u will need a browser extension for each browser u use to access ur password files. all ur passwords r stored on ur phone so as long as u have updated MYKI with the login credentials once, u have access to all devices
Nov 28th, 2020 11:43 pm
Thanks I grabbed that promotion with the discount you provided me... I was thinking of getting that promotion but hesitated for a while as I already got Enpass password manager lifetime and Cyclonis Password Manager lifetime thru Stacksocial as well a while back but was disappointed regarding the ease of use of those program. Who knows I might end up using one of them when my subscription of Roboform ends next year in April. I might even try the famous Bitwarden too!