Password manager conflicted with browsers

Jul 23, 2018 1:41PM PDT

I've subscribed to RoboForm for a few years now but there seems to be a problem working with web browsers that can remember your password.

I heavily use passwords both on my computers and my cellphone and have RoboForm everywhere. It seems more frequent that a site will say that I've changed my password recently, and I often have to because either RoboForm has a different password or the browser has. I waste time changing the password but it often doesn't get transferred over to RoboForm or the browsers.

I'd address this with RoboForm but I'm open to other password programs if they have this issue solved.

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I have to answer, what a mess.
Jul 24, 2018 12:03PM PDT
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I use Keepass both at work and home.
Jul 25, 2018 6:48AM PDT

It doesn't integrate to your browser as it's completely separate so you have to maintain it manually. If you change your password you HAVE to update Keypass. I use it and continue to use it because I can store the database in the cloud and get to it from a mobile app and a PC app on all my pc's. The Keepass database is also password protected.

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