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    Password Manager - For a group

    Does anybody know of a software which can store multiple passwords that can be easily accessed across multiple devices simultaneously?

    Essentially I work for a service provider and we have hundreds of passwords we need to have access to - so ideally some sort of backend with a windows app, iphone app, android app etc

    Any ideas?

    All I can seem to find are individual ones.

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    Didn't know they did an enterprise version - I will look at that

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    1Password in combo with DropBox would also work, I believe - Ars did an article on it just the other day.

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    Use keepass here in combination with Skydrive.

    Downloads - KeePass

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    if its one thing asking to be hacked, its lastpass,

    totally see the need for it though and probably a lot more secure than postit notes!

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    LastPass is good since they support pretty much every OS there is going. I have around 600 passwords stored with them at the moment. I'm not sure how I would cope without it now.

    For extra peace of mind, setup two-factor authentication or get a YubiKey.

    On Android devices, a good time saving tip I have found in the LastPass app is to set the default site action to Add Copy Notifications in the Settings. This enables you to login to the LastPass app, select a username/password you have saved and then have it added to the notification drop down. From there you can copy-and-paste the details into whatever website or app you need to.



    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    1Password in combo with DropBox would also work
    You may want to read this.

    news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5560892

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    Check our solution Team Password Manager: Password Management Software for Groups, it has all you're asking for as it's developed for service providers. It's web based (self hosted) and we have a fully functional free version for 2 users.

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