There is a fairly recent newcomer called PasswordBox on the market as a password manager. I've read through their documentation, and although it sounds like it should be secure, I have been unable to ...
My boss posed this problem to me: Encrypted: We need an encrypted database for miscellanious passwords we use at work that are currently only in people's head. Easily accessable: Someone needs to be ...
Basically I am trying to figure out how to keep my backup secure, I am going to be archiving the home directory of my system which has some important documents such as tax returns, a password ...
Are they encrypted in disk? How? Are they safe, for example, in the event of someone booting from a Live CD and mounting the hard disk? How is the encryption key generated? Is it different in ...
Which one is more secure and why? For online one, there is concern about whether your password is encrypted locally or not or can Uncle Tom or whatever get an access to it, if needed. Above all do ...
I'm setting up a KeePass database and it offers the ability to use a key file, which it says is more secure because it can use a longer and more complex password but is easier to break because you ...