Password Manager software ?
August 3, 2002 12:32AM
edited January 2014
what's the best password managing software?
passwords for websites/software/etc.
Reply 1 of 10
August 3, 2002 6:10PM
Keychain is included with OSX, use Keychain access in the Utilities folder.
Reply 2 of 10
August 3, 2002 10:39PM
is that good even for non-web related things?
Reply 3 of 10
August 4, 2002 9:37AM
Reply 4 of 10
August 4, 2002 10:57AM
[quote]Originally posted by CubeDude:
<strong>Keychain is included with OSX, use Keychain access in the Utilities folder.</strong><hr></blockquote>
KeyChain is the best I've seen, unfortuenatly not all apps support it.
Reply 5 of 10
August 4, 2002 11:08AM
Keychain may only work with Cocoa apps, I'm not sure. Here is a screen shot of mine:
Almost everything there is 'Net related, except for Pseudo.
Reply 6 of 10
August 4, 2002 1:27PM
Keychain is probably the best thing to use with OSX since it is already included one thing I wish Keychain had was an included password generator.
Reply 7 of 10
August 4, 2002 5:44PM
FYI, password master has a password generator.
Keychain works with all apps, not just Cocoa. AIM isn't cocoa, MSN isn't cocoa.
Reply 8 of 10
August 4, 2002 5:57PM
does passwordmaster require a password to gain entry into the prog. when opened?
keychain ::: can everything in their be read, if someone was on your account?
Reply 9 of 10
August 4, 2002 6:15PM
Yes, you can set it to ask for a password. Just try the software out...it's only a small download.
Yes, you can read any password in keychain without it asking for a password to view the password you want to see <img src="graemlins/surprised.gif" border="0" alt="[Surprised]" />
Reply 10 of 10
August 4, 2002 9:08PM
[quote] AIM isn't cocoa, MSN isn't cocoa.
I'm not using the official clients, I use <a href="
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