It’s a house of cards if you use the same password for every site because once one of your passwords is figured out by anyone all of them are exposed too. However, too many people live right with this way. Although remembering unique passwords all can prove difficult without having to refer to a list of Post-It notes randomly placed your monitor, they serve as a convenient and (often) effective means of preventing your identity and data from being stolen.
In order to minimize your vulnerability against attacks, the right first thing a password manager should do is locking your passwords within an encrypted vault. Numerous modern password managers now allow you to sync your web-based passwords across devices and change them with a mere click. At the same time, it offers you the option to sign in to your favorite sites automatically and grants you improved security in all facets of your data. Below are a few of our current favorites, along with an explanation of what they do, and how they do it.
You should look into the type of password managers which has a few more helpful features. Basic password managers have just one function; they remember your login information for different sites so you just need to remember the only one master password. This is a feature available in majority modern web browser. However, with such a feature, this type of password management is not going to do you any good. In fact, it could even make you more unguarded, because browsers are in no position to protect itself.