When it comes to entering your stored passwords, you have a couple of options.You can simply copy and paste from Kee Pass Password Safe (there's no browser integration, sadly) or use hotkeys to trigger them.
While you may think that ‘qwerty’ is a cool password, or ‘Qwerty1234’ is a safe version of a cool password, in reality they’re neither cool nor safe.
Now, thinking up a new password takes a fair bit of effort sometimes, and simply adding a number to your previous password (yes, that means you shouldn’t go from ‘Fresh Prince1990’ to ‘Fresh Prince1991’).
The program is incredibly powerful in its raw form, but there are dozens of ways to add even more capabilities, or tweak it to work better with other software.
As strong and feature-packed as Kee Pass is, there's no escaping its unintuitive design.
This month is ii Net Security Month and, to kick things off, we’re taking a look at passwords – the good, the bad and the very ugly, and what you can do to keep yourself secure when online. The best way to keep your account secure is to constantly update your password.
We’re not talking once a year or every two years; if you want to make sure your account is secure then changing your password monthly is the way to go.Password Safe allows you to manage your old passwords and to easily and quickly generate, store, organize, retrieve, and use complex new passwords, using password policies that you control.Once stored, your user names and passwords are just a few clicks away.Length wins – Short passwords are much easier to guess; your password should be a minimum of nine characters long.No white space – Keep the white space out of your password and you make your password harder to pick. Getting our customers to update their passwords regularly is one massive step to staying secure online, however we understand it’s a two-way street. So, in the spirit of safe passwords, we’ve decided to run an awesome competition.And with its intuitive interface you will be up and running in minutes.