To prevent myself from using the same password everywhere I would like to start using a good password manager.
Because most of my passwords are used in the browser I'm searching for something that integrates with Chrome. However, searching for password manager on the Chrome extensions website gives me 88 options, I don't know which to choose.
My requirements are the following:
- Passwords must be stored encrypted on the hard-disk. No online storing of my passwords
- It must be able to generate a password for me
- I must only give my master password at the beginning of a browser session (or after some hours not using my browser)
- I must be able to browse through the passwords (preferably only after giving my master password again)
- It must be able to fill passwords automatically or with mouse right-click menu.
Which of these managers fulfill these requirements? Extra points for a manager that uses a well documented format for the encrypted password file, so that I can access/write it myself if I want.
addition: I expect Chrome extensions to work on all platforms, but Ubuntu is the most important one that needs to be supported.