Is there a password manager that I can use on multiple computers, to remember all the passwords I use on the sites I visit?
I have a very simple way of dealing with passwords:
I don't like password managers, but I like crypto, so I take advantage of one-way hashes (md5, sha1, etc) and generate passwords using them.
How it works?
First, I choose a good long password that I will use everywhere. For example qwerty (don’t use that, just an example). Now for every site, your password will be the md5 (or sha1) of qwerty + site name. For example:
$ echo “qwerty http://www.facebook.com” | md5 9d7d9b30592fd43dd6629ef5c12c6e9a $ echo “qwerty http://www.twitter.com” | md5 cdf0e74e19836efb20f29120884b988d
That way my password for facebook is 9d7d9b30592fd43dd6629ef5c12c6e9a and for twitter is: cdf0e74e19836efb20f29120884b988d
Both long and secure. If someone steals my twitter password he has no way to reverse back to figure out the other passwords. Plus, doing that you don’t need any password software stored (just the md5/sha1 binaries which come by default on Linux and are easy to find on Windows).
Lastpass is another good alternative.
I recommend KeePass: Keepass.info
The latest version has built in sync option so you can setup a local ftp server or a network share and use keepass. Network share might be simpler as keepass implements its on file locking mechanism so it will tell you if someone else is using the password database. It also has many ports so you can even put it on ur mobiled phone, home computer (ftp sync), etc..
I use Password Safe, and manually sync the data file between the computers I use regularly (a handful -- it's manageable.)
Take a look at http://passwordmaker.org/
The cool thing about this is that you don't need to synchronize passwords between multiple computers because given a master password and the name of a website it will generate a password for that site that will be the same every time from any computer.
There's a plugin for firefox, and various other tools to generate the passwords.
There is also Passwordmaker, but it only works for new passwords. If you don't want to bother to change all your old passwords, it good for you current accounts.
*Warning: refferal link
Something like this? I do not personaly support doing this, but this is what you are looking for.
I have not used these, but I recommend finding reviews and user experience stories as this could be a potential major security hazard.
Try this: Xmarks: The Easiest Way To Synchronize Bookmarks (Or Favorites). It also synchronizes your passwords.
Firefox with Firefox Sync (also known as Weave) is good for that. Remote storage is encrypted; the encryption password is separate from your Weave credentials.
There are a couple of great devices for password management (http://mylok.ii2p.com/ and Roboform) . I'm constantly traveling and I've found them more useful when I'm hopping from computer to computer.
I recommend JPass. It is java-based simple application, so i can use that on Linux at home and Windows at work (and it is freeware for private and commercial use). Very handy app.
JPass is a simple, small, portable, free and cross-platform password manager application with strong encryption. It allows you to store user names, passwords, URLs and generic notes in an encrypted file protected by one master password.