RememBear Password Manager @ Google play
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RememBear Password Manager @ Google play

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Found 13th Mar
free password manager by tunnelbear...
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I call these password managers "give away all my personal details and accounts"
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Can only migrate from LastPass and 1Password (not Keepass) and can not be used as a portable app on a usb like I use Keepass.
I call these password managers "give away all my personal details and accounts"
I thought the name sounded familiar, then I clicked the link and saw the publisher.... TunnelBear
So they can take all your cash
Why would u switch/migrate from lastpass to this?
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BulldogNo125 m ago

Can only migrate from LastPass and 1Password (not Keepass) and can not be …Can only migrate from LastPass and 1Password (not Keepass) and can not be used as a portable app on a usb like I use Keepass.


do you have a link to keepass?

anyone used keeper password manager?
wildcat___4 m ago

Why would u switch/migrate from lastpass to this?


Indeed. It is free also & highly popular.
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Worth bearing in mind that TunnelBear has just been bought out by McAfee, so you'll essentially be trusting them to keep your passwords safe.
Even highly regarded password managers like LastPass, Dashlane and 1Password have had severe vulnerabilities in the past so cybersecurity experts generally advise that if you do use password managers, choose one that has two-factor authentication (some charge for this facility) and turn it on so that it sends a text with a code or uses an app to verify your log-in.
Well... At least visually it's the best one to entice people to ditch Password123 for every account they have.
Robbo111 h, 40 m ago

Even highly regarded password managers like LastPass, Dashlane and …Even highly regarded password managers like LastPass, Dashlane and 1Password have had severe vulnerabilities in the past so cybersecurity experts generally advise that if you do use password managers, choose one that has two-factor authentication (some charge for this facility) and turn it on so that it sends a text with a code or uses an app to verify your log-in.


Experts still advise a password manager over predictable human generated passwords though. 2FA is extremely important with anything, but better to use password manager and 2FA than just 2FA
Heat. Every one should have some kind of password manager. Monkey on the keyboard as a password is best. I use keepass and the encrypted file that's used to store files is held on Dropbox. That way if I setup a password on android I can access on pc as Dropbox syncs across devices. For those starting out just email encrypted file containing your passwords to yourself evey few months so that way it will be backed up, well stored on email account assuming it's a cloud account like Gmail. Nothing is 100% safe bla bla but keepass has worked great for years
Edited by: "wayners" 14th Mar
Developer: Here use my app to store all your passwords. Its FREE.

HUKD'ers: COLD...This is insane you all are crazy for using this free application to store all your passwords.

Developer: Okay... ''Puts Price to £5.99 PM''.

HUKD'ers: HEAT 1000°+
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any recomenation on a password manager how much are lastpass and dashlane?
I don't need this. Usually all I have to do is Paws for a second and I'll remember.
Switchy877 h, 55 m ago

any recomenation on a password manager how much are lastpass and dashlane?


Personally I've used Keepass for years. Tried a few others but always stayed with Keepass. I don't store the database in the cloud though, I use Keepass as a Portable App on a usb stick for one Windows pc away from home with other portable Appa like Firefox, a copy of the database on a home Windows pc and also copy the database to my Android mobile. Just search in the play store for Keepass.
I use it for much more than just passwords. You can put all sorts of information in there, like car info, insurance, card details etc
I would advise to download and try it first by just creating a sample database and see if you like it.
Edited by: "BulldogNo1" 14th Mar
@BulldogNo1 keys to the kingdom are in my keepass file. Credit card numbers to nhs number. Must be around 100 entries. I like it as its open source. It's brilliant for a memory stick as you say.
Edited by: "wayners" 14th Mar
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been using Keepass2 android better app after testing.
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