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I use a Blackberry Bold and a Macbook Pro. I am looking for a solution to have a synchronized password manager between the two devices. All the commercial ones I have discovered won't work between a Blackberry and a Mac.

The almost solution was KeePass. I like the application on the Blackberry but I could not get the sync working reliably to the Mac. As well, I had to run the PC application by using Mono on the Mac and it was pretty slow.

I am happy to pay for a good solution.

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Why didn't KeePass work? I never really tried it on a Blackberry but as far as I know there is one for it, too, and they should use the same data format. Isn't it sufficient to just sync the .kdb file? – Daff Aug 7 '09 at 23:36
The format is the same but I can't get the sync to work reliably with Missing Sync for Mac. Maybe when the Desktop Manager for Mac comes out from RIM. – Peter Hoven Aug 10 '09 at 17:52
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Did you try lastpass?

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There's not much to say about it. It syncs everything and stores passwords online. Great product.

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I haven't. But I am now using a Nexus One so it doesn't matter as much. LastPass looks good though. – Peter Hoven Jun 10 '10 at 15:54

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