| 7:14 pm on Sep 29, 2010 (gmt 0)|
I use Excel for the sites related to my own company. No one else has a copy, but there are instructions on where to find it on my desktop in the event of my incapacitation.
For a client, where several people need access, the passwords are stored with KeePass Password Safe. It's nice because the passwords aren't actually displayed- you cut and paste the password from the KeePass program to the login screen.
| 10:35 pm on Sep 29, 2010 (gmt 0)|
Keepass rocks and it's currently free but I'd pay for it.
You can't open the database without a master password, and it stores everything encrypted. Once you start using it you only have to remember a single password. :-) When you copy data from it, it only holds the data in the clipboard for 12 seconds. If you use the portable version, you can carry it with you on a USB drive. It is dependent on the 1.1 .net framework though, so throw a copy of the install (dontnetfx.exe) on the same drive. We keep all out passwords and software registrations in Keepass.
| 10:48 pm on Sep 29, 2010 (gmt 0)|
|it only holds the data in the clipboard for 12 seconds. |
Ah, is that what it is? I knew it eventually deleted it from the Clipboard, but I thought it did that when you closed KeePass.
| 3:54 pm on Oct 1, 2010 (gmt 0)|
This is perfect! Thank you very much!
| 11:24 pm on Oct 3, 2010 (gmt 0)|
Roboform - stores all your passwords and also logs you into your web sites.
| 7:50 am on Oct 4, 2010 (gmt 0)|
I've moved all that data into a LastPass account. Anywhere I go I can get secure access to my passwords and account information.
| 4:35 am on Dec 1, 2010 (gmt 0)|
I've tried all of the above services and settled on PassPack for my passwords and all my client data. I believe they are free up to a limited number of accts. Fantastic service, allows for triple layer protection anywhere I am.