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Different Types of Password Managers and Their Uses

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Different Types of Password Managers and Their Uses

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Why do we need a Password Manager? This is when you have multiple accounts and it gets very difficult to remember all your accounts passwords, so this is where these password managers come in handy which not only helps you to remember your passwords but also to save you from different losses. With the help of these password managers you just need to remember one password which will help you save all your accounts. You should always put an option for two-step authentication so that in case you forgot this one as well then you also have a second option to recover it.

These might be the reason why it is recommended that every businessman uses a password manager for their own security, for more business growth and development. In this article you will get to know about different types of password managers and their different uses.

  1. KeePass

    This type of password manager is only limited to windows software. There is also a portable version available of this platform which you can download easily. The information stored in KeePass is secured by highly encrypted password which cannot be opened by anyone.

    You can save your information in different entities and categories which helps you to save data and find it easily whenever you need it. The best feature of this is that it is free of cost and allows you to share data into different formats as well.

  2. Bitwarden

    This is also one of the best password managers which is also free of cost. Paid versions are also available but this doesn't mean that if you are using a free version that your resources would be limited.

    It is very user friendly, you can create an account very easily, to download it. This one is available in all the major software and all the major browsers provide its extension. You have an option of keeping your data to yourself or share it with other users.

    You can use this to save all your credentials which might not be available in other software. You can keep your data in different categories so that it becomes easy when you have to recover any data. It also gives one of the best customer support services and you can easily reach them out through your email if you have any queries.

  3. LastPass

    This is one of the growing password managers which is improving to be the best password manager. You can store all your passwords in this and transfer it to any other device without any charge. You can store extra information or credentials as well along with your daily notes as well.

    If you want to go for any premium plan then you have the option of 30 day free trial in which you get familiar with the platform and learn how these things actually work and then go for the package. This is also available in all the major software and major browsers.

  4. 1Password

    This is one of the oldest platforms and is also one of the leading password managers. Along with many improvements, it is also affordable now as compared to its prices a few years before.

    This also provides an option for 30 day free trial period where you get to know about the platform which is followed by the paid plan. There are two types of plan for it:

    • Personal plan

      This is for personal use and it starts with $2.99 per month which is deducted monthly.

    • Family plan

      In this plan you can add 5 family members of yours and this starts with $4.99 which is paid annually.

      This is available for all the major software and browsers. You can store your information in different categories and folders so that you can easily search for them when you need it. This has multiple features and when you check its features then you will see that its price is fully justified.

  5. Dashlane

    This is also one of the best premium password managers with affordable prices. In this platform you have an option for securing almost 50 passwords free of cost but there might be some limitation of the free version.

    This is available in all the major software and browsers and its premium package provides you with unlimited storage. It has pretty friendly interface and is very easy to use.

    This also makes sure that if any information regarding you or your business is found about you in any other platform then it gives you a notification along with it that they provide to you as solution as well how you can tackle this problem.

  6. ICloudKeychain

    This is the best password managers for Apple and iPhone users. This feature is added by default to all the apple products, you just need to turn this on by going to your settings. Once this feature is enabled you can secure all your passwords in this.

    This is free of cost and has no extra charges. The only disadvantage with this password manager is that it is not available in any other software or browser, except the one which is available in Apple products.

Conclusively, these are some of the few password managers, their features, importance in our lives and how you can use them to make your life more beautiful.

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Different Types of Password Managers and Their Uses