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Updated by Ashish Gupta on Mar 07, 2015
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Password management tools

List of tools and apps to manage and track our passwords


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


KeePass is an open source password manager. Passwords can be stored in highly-encrypted databases, which can be unlocked with one master password or key file.

Firefox Sync

Synchronize your bookmarks, history, passwords, add-ons and open tabs with another copy of Firefox – like one on another computer or on a mobile device.


RoboForm is the top-rated password manager and web form filler that completely automates password entering and form filling. RoboForm password manager saves online passwords, fills login forms with saved data, automatically logs you into a web site, allows you to view and edit passwords. RoboForm form filler fills long registration and checkout forms. RoboForm also provides Password Generator, and it encrypts password-protected info using AES thus making password management absolutely secure. RoboForm is absolutely free for personal use, it contains no spyware and no adware.


KeePassX is an open source password manager for Mac. Passwords can be stored in highly-encrypted databases, which can be unlocked with one master password or key file.


Free Online Password Manager: Securely save and manage passwords. Collaboration features for professionals.




iVault is an online password management utility for the Web.

KDE Wallet Manager

KWallet (KDE Wallet Manager) is a credentials management application for the KDE Software Compilation desktop environment.


Keychain is Apple Inc.'s password management system in Mac OS.

  • Ashish Gupta


    Ashish has several years of experience working with content. He is a technical communicator and a community builder by profession; UX advocate and a quality champion by nature; and a Chemical engineer from IIT Bombay by academic qualification.

    In his spare time he likes to spoil his son silly, test workflows, identify usability enhancements and new features in software that he uses, and indulge in the online communities. Other interests areas in which Ashish dabbles are Instructional content, eLearning, social media, SEO, project management, life skills, watching soccer, fantasize about running long marathons some day, and occasionally trekking in the Himalayas.

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