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Re: Which password manager to plump for?

1Password is good, although I currently use LastPass.com.

At my last employer we used an offline password vault (Keepass) for all company passwords - they had contract clauses with many customers that didn't allow sensitive information to be stored in the cloud.

Another used encrypted directories on Linux, with each user having a personal key and their key was added to each password file that they should have had access to. Worked reasonably well, but a real pain when a new admin started or left the company and you had to visit each file individually and add/remove a key from the access list, for example.

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