It certainly would be more convenient to store my KeyPass database on either S3, Dropbox, or better yet SpiderOak. My fear is having my cloud storage account compromised then having the credentials ...
Password managers like KeePass often have an option to use a key file in addition to a master password. I don't understand how this increases security. (Note: KeePass also allows using a key file ...
Currently I'm using KeePass as my sensitive data manager. I use just a main password to encrypt the database, but it is not very secure: 9 characters, lower letters and numbers mix with no meaning. ...
KeePass is an application that keeps all your passwords for you in a database. It is primarily protected by a master password and/or keyfile. If the database is properly encrypted with that password ...
I use KeePass for storing my passwords. What should I use if I want to store my several hundred contacts (name, phone number, email, etc) encrypted?