Most of you already know that a strong password is a key to keeping your accounts secure from hackers and any other third party members. Most of you already know the rules for a strong password: use both lower and uppercase letters, use numbers, use symbols and make it of minimum 12 characters. And of course try not to use your pet names, date of birth and other things that might be guessed, use random passwords.
We do know these rules, but little of us actually use them, since it is too hard to remember passwords made with all the rules, especially when using different passwords for different accounts (which is recommended, at least use a different one for your email log in).
Gladly, there are such things as password managers, which aims to keep all of your passwords secure and in one place, so you can have as many of them as you want, as long as you want and as hard to remember as you want – you can access them in one place and there is no need to remember them all.
Here are the best password managers to use in 2019
Nordpass is recently created by a well known VPN provider – NordVPN. It helps you create unique strong passwords, check if your current passwords are secure enough and store them in one secure place. Nordpass remembers your passwords, even auto-fils online forms and lets you easily, with one passwords access them from anywhere.
Since it is a new service, now they offer early birds a free one year subscription, but you need to hurry up, since subscriptions are limited. You can get them here.
Dashlane is a well known password manager, that ensure a safe place for all of your passwords. It also auto-fills your passwords to online forms and shows the secureness level of your current ones, that way you know if you need a new one or you are good to go. A free plan lets you manage 50 passwords and if you need more of those you will have to pay 4.99 $ per month.
Keeper is an easy to use and secure password manager, that will keep your passwords secure at a pretty cheap price, the costs starts from 2.50$ per month. Though the keeper doesn’t have easy on eyes interface, but is user friendly and secure.
LastPass is one of the cheapest options and offers a decent experience. Though it has issues with their customer support and a lack of features compared to other providers, it is still a secure option and a cheap one.
A password manager is a must these days, well because strong passwords and different passwords for all of your accounts is a must and remembering all of them is hard. That is where a password manager comes in handy and saves you information and accounts.