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We are a small dev team and we are looking into a service that would allow us to share passwords between us and also have some other personal passwords store as well. Also it would be nice if it had a desktop client, preferably for both Windows and Linux.

Most of us use Keepass in sync with Dropbox, and even though this is a great combination it doesn't allow for easy sharing of passwords.

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    It seems to me that anything that is meant to manage passwords is implicitly not designed with sharing in mind.
    – hometoast
    Aug 31 '09 at 12:26
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my choice: lastpass

online password manager and form filler that makes web browsing easier and more secure.

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Check out Passpack they have a free and paid version which include shared users as well as a adobe air or google gears offline version

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I recommend Clipperz. Which supports password encryption, host-proof hosting, bookmarklets, and password sharing. It has also a community edition which is open source.

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DropBox and KeePass. Check out this article:

http://lifehacker.com/5063176/how-to-use-dropbox-as-the-ultimate-password-syncer

Install KeePass and put the database file in a DropBox folder.

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  • i already mention i use that combination but that does not allow for password sync Aug 31 '09 at 15:50

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