For the foreseeable future, usernames and passwords will continue to be the most widespread method of identification and authentication. While there are certainly much more secure methods, the real weakness in the username/password paradigm is in how we humans use them. We all know that we should be using long complex passwords, and we know that we should be using unique passwords for every account. But let’s face it – most of us aren’t Rain Man, and thus we choose poor password complexity and tend to re-use those poor passwords for multiple accounts. Password vaults, such as LastPass, Dashlane and Keeper help mitigate the inherent weaknesses in the username/password paradigm by making it easy to use long complex passwords and take away the incentive to re-use them on multiple accounts.

What Password Management Program Should I Use?

1. LastPass

2. DashLane

3. Keeper

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