Accessible password managers, again.


John Isige
 

Hi everybody. I'm back for accessible password manager recommendations again, because let's just say I was pretty unimpressed with Last pass, to put it mildly. It was difficult to access the setup, and when I went to a site simply to put in my username and password, let alone have it generate anything, the site kept logging me in and immediately logging me out. I know this was a Last Pass issue because removing Last Pass let me login to the site just fine again.


This was with the Firefox plugin, everything up to date. I need something that will:


1. Be easy to set up.


2. Have actual keyboard shortcuts.


3. Doesn't break logins.


4. Is accessible on the web, in case I need to look my password(s) up on a machine that doesn't have the manager.


In theory, Last Pass does all of this, but it obviously didn't work for me. I'm not interested in tinkering with things, if it's not going to work the first time to save a simple username and password and log me in, I'm not particularly interested in screwing around with it to try and get it to work. I do have a Firefox account, and I'm pretty sure it can save login info, anybody know if it also does randomly generated secure passwords? Basically if anybody's got recommendations, I'd love to hear them.

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