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Recommend a Password Manager for XP??

by Georgia in MS / September 20, 2008 12:28 AM PDT

I have used Norton/Symantec for years. I also had their Password Manager from 2004. LOVED the program. After reading so much about how terrible Norton is, I decided to change to Kaspersky. To install Kaspersky, I used Norton's complete removal tool. This also removed the Norton Password program. When I tried to reinstall Password Manager, of course, I had exceeded the number of installs allowed. Trying to get thru to Symantec is a nightmare to see if they will give me a new product key for a program they no longer support (but locked out new installs - grr). They no longer support it because of the Identity Safe they have in the Internet Security program.

I have been using RoboForm for three months, but it is not as good as Norton's password manager (nor can I import my Norton PM into RoboForm). I wish Kaspersky would include a password manager as part of their system, but at the same time, I think I like a standalone program so I don't run into this problem again.

Does anyone have a recommendation for a PM other than RoboForm? I have four computers that I use a PM on.

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List of password managers on CNET Downloads
by Dick Humfrey / September 21, 2008 6:09 AM PDT
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My advice
by mike.a / October 21, 2008 9:10 PM PDT

I would recommend using Handy Password. The interface is very friendly and the program does the job rather well.

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by Georgia in MS / October 21, 2008 10:11 PM PDT
In reply to: My advice

Thanks for the info. Cnet/download.com is my trusted source when I am searching for something. RoboForm does things that Norton did not do and vice versa. Now it has become a point of interest in comparing programs. I'll have to look at Handy now!

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Use Sticky Password
by Koodl007 / November 22, 2009 10:57 PM PST

You can find it here on download.com as well and it does all you are used in Norton, RoboForm - even more. Try it for free and you will see!

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Password Manager
by ReviverSoft / December 9, 2009 1:23 AM PST
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