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Not the tool you're looking for but webappalyzer has chrome and firefox plugins which can give you information about websites you are visiting. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/addon/wappalyzer/ https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/wappalyzer/gppongmhjkpfnbhagpmjfkannfbllamg?hl=en This sounds like it fits the description of what you're looking ...
You might be interested in an online tool http://www.whatweb.net/ or an equivalent whatweb program in *nix. (http://www.morningstarsecurity.com/research/whatweb).
I find myself thanking agileBits 1 password now and again. It just makes the process of dividing and keeping check of a multitude of passwords so much easier. I can honestly say that the quality and differentiation of my passwords have increased since I have complex passwords available wherever I am. The ease of use is a factor in my opinion. I have ...
The option I use is to have a simple password generator, usually a one liner in bash, that I can copy between machines. Something like that echo "site" "MYSECRETKEY" | md5sum | head -12c Its not as fancy as a keepass and has obvious problems, you have to remember the user, you cant change the pass, etc... but it will work quick and dirty for non ...
I like pass. I realize it's not for everyone (because it's for Linux and doesn't have fancy features like browser integration or mobile support), but the reason I like it is that it's just a wrapper for git and gpg, two projects I fully trust, since they have been vetted by a huge community for years, if not decades. The script itself is short enough to ...
The best way is to keep it simple and not use complicated software or database solutions. Why not just use notepad to create a text file with your passwords and then use WINRAR or 7-ZIP to compress the file with password protection (use a very strong password and check the box to encrypt file names). You could then upload the archive to your dropbox and have ...
For your exact use case, I personally use Lastpass. The killer features of Lastpass include the ability to compartmentalize and separate each client's passwords from each other and from my own. They also have in my opinion the best browser addon integration and the data can be stored and used offline as well. I like to increase the password PBKDF2 ...
Six months ago, I was in the same situation as you are right now. I used to save all passwords in my MySQL database (not safe at all) and I made a Python script to extract them. That was not a good way to solve the purpose at all. Now I use 1password to manage and secure all my passwords in a single place and encrypt them with a master password.
The easiest way would be using several databases. Tools like KeePass allow you to store passwords in different files. You could for instance opt to store your passwords in seperate databases based on client or purpose.
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