Review of Online Password & Document Tools
I need to get organized! This includes everything from better back up of my computer hard drive, to cleaning out my house of clutter, etc. Right now, I have important passwords stored all over the place and I don’t always use the best ones in the world for the sake of remembering them. If I can get all my password information easily track-able and safely stored, I will be able to do more with my time moving forward.
Here is my criteria:
- Free (or minimal fee for value add)
- Safe (obviously!)
- Easy to manage and organize different passwords
Nice to Haves:
- Auto fill and auto import of new passwords from other websites
- Ability to store financial data as well (wallet, important paperwork)
- Prefer online tool (not downloaded software)
I decided not to review desktop tools (such as the popular Password Safe). The latest online password tools are advanced enough that they do not have access to your information. Simply put, they securely connect you with a database that stores your password information, but other people, browsers, etc are unable to access that information. Marco Barulli of clipperz.com refers to this concept as a “zero-knowledge” password manager.
Reviews of Top Free Online Data and Password Storage Tools:
Reviews of Top PAID or SUBSCRIPTION Online Data and Password Storage Tools:
(Make sure to check if back ups are for a Mac or a PC… I’m on a Mac running Bootcamp so I may need both)
- Passpack – View My Review (Annual fee for over 100 passwords) Rating:
- Orggit – View My Review. (Store Password, Wallet, Health and File Cabinet Data online, $49 per year). Rating:
This one is the only one that looks like it offers document upload and storage.
Paid Password Software Tool For Mac & iPhone
In the end, I ended up opting for a paid software download for my Mac with Wallet, its easy, safe, and the most user friendly for my needs.