Useful Resources: Password Managers

Password Managers

Working across multiple Salesforce Orgs? You may want to explore using a password manager to log you in with the click of a button. I started using a Password Manager just a couple of years ago and it was one of the best productivity decisions I ever made.

Password managers offer greater security and convenience for the use of passwords to access online services. You can create strong passwords with a combination of letters, numbers, and special characters. It takes the pain of setting and remembering passwords off your head.

(Tools, that I personally use or have used and recommend are marked with a heart)

  • Stores encrypted passwords online
  • Offers plugins for various web browsers and apps for many smartphones
  • Has a free plan with limited features
  • Paid plan starts from US$ 3/month/user (Free 30 days trial)

2. Dashlane

  • Cross-platform premium password manager
  • Offers digital wallet feature also
  • Has a free plan with limited features
  • Paid plan starts from US$ 3.3/month (Free 30 days trial)

3. Keeper

  • Password manager application and digital vault
  • Stores passwords using 256-bit AES encryption, zero-knowledge architecture and two-factor authentication
  • Paid plan starts from US$ 2.49/month

4. 1Password

  • Provides a place for users to store various passwords, software licenses, and other sensitive information in a virtual vault
  • Locked with a PBKDF2-guarded master password
  • Paid plan starts from US$ 2.99/month (Free 30 days trial)

5. Roboform

  • Multi-platform secure password manager
  • One-click logins on Chrome, Firefox, Safari, IE, Opera, Edge, Windows, Mac, iOS, Android.
  • Has free plans for personal use
  • Paid plans for business start from US$ 39.95/user/year (Free 14 days trial)

Don’t see the tool of your choice listed here? Please feel free to mention it in the comments below for other readers’ benefit.

Want to see a list of more of such useful resources & tools under different categories? Please do take a look at the resources page.

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