Three of the best password storage software

Dashlane

Plans

Free
Premium – $3.33 p/m Bill Annually
Premium Plus – not available in all countries as of writing this article

Dashlane OS and cloud based password manager available on PCs (macOS, Windows) and mobile (iOS and Android).

Dashlane was one of the earlier password managers which now offers other services including:

  • Multi-factor authentication
  • Automatic Form Filling
  • Password Generating
  • Digital wallet
  • Security Breach Alert
  • Virtual private network

One of the unique features of Dashlane is that they offer Dark Web Monitoring.

1Password

Plans

Free
Premium – $3.33 p/m Bill Annually
Premium Plus – not available in all countries as of writing this article

1Password is developed by AgileBits Inc allowing users to store various passwords, software licenses, and other sensitive information in a virtual vault that is locked with a PBKDF2-guarded master password. 1Password stores the encrypted vault on the company’s servers.

1Password can also be configured so that files are synced through storage platforms such Dropbox, WLAN, and iCloud (iOS and MacOS) and through 1Password.com.



Travel Mode

In 2017 this feature was introduced enabling users to tag password as ‘ safe for travel’ on local device storage. This can be particularly useful to users who want to only travel with the passwords they require.

Cross Platform integration

Desktop web browser extensions for 1Password are compatible with Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera. Extensions can remember logins for accounts, fill in website login forms automatically. 1Password can also be used to generate random passwords for new account or replace an existing password.

Additionally, 1Password has also developed a standalone extension called 1Password X currently supported in Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. 1Password X is designed to work without a the companion desktop software, but still requires a subscription.

1Password offers iOS and Android integration with browsers and apps using various methods.

LastPass

Plans

Free
Premium – $3.33 p/m Bill Annually
Premium Plus – not available in all countries as of writing this article

LastPass is cloud password manager and stores encrypted passwords online. The default version comes with an website service. Plans also support plugins for various web browsers and apps for many smartphones.

In a 2017 Consumer Reports article has claimed that LastPass is a popular password manager. They’ve been awarded the Best Product in Identity Management award during the 7th (2019) annual Cyber Defense Magazine InfoSec Awards.

Currently LastPass extensions and support is available for Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 11, Safari, Opera, Android 5.0 and later, iOS 11 and later, Windows 7 and few others.

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