Best passwords / security app available

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    You must have bought the Pro version. It's a universal.

    Nice isn't it. Next you'll be adding your credit cards, library card, and all the other info you just might need. I like to keep a note with all my router settings and passwords, just in case I need to set it up again.
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    Yes, I did. I just expected to have to pay more. But I'm not complaining that it is working on all my devices.

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    I use Msecure and it will do that. I have it installed on my PC and have backed up and restored from my Ipad to my Android phone and vise versa.
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    I use data vault. It's supposed to wirelessly sync. But you need to be sitting at your pc to click ok to every single option that pops up. Kind of defeats the purpose but I'm happy with it. 5free liscences once you buy one so that's cool. No yearly fee which is also cool. I did like keeper but they slug you with a $39 charge every year!
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    I wrote to splash data about using it across multiple devices. Got a reply today. They say version 6 will be out in a few weeks and will support the iPad and updating across multiple devices. I've liked this software so I'll be waiting for the update rather than switching to something else.
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    I use the free version of Keeper on both my iPhone and my iPad. It includes an FTP import/export function that I use to periodically backup my encrypted password file to my pc for backup and also to sync between my iPhone and my iPad. It's a very nice solution for the price - free.
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    Just wanted to add another 'love' shout-out. Just updated a PW and got is sync'ed instantly on all my devices. So awesome!!!

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    I have an iPhone4, iPad2 and a Windows7 pc. To the end of syncing passwords on all my devices, I plan to buy 1password pro and use dropbox. Do I need to purchase 1password for Windows also or will dropbox do it all? I've skimmed the instructions for 1password pro and windows using dropbox but I can't tell whether or not to buy both versions of the software. I understand one license per person is required, but I'm not sure if that means only 1pw pro plus dropbox or 1pw for windows also.

    Thanks for any help on this.

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    I have 1Password on my iPad and my PC, both synced to Dropbox.

    However, if I remember correctly (before I installed it on my PC), when you link the iPad 1Password version to Dropbox, Dropbox creates a folder called something like "1Password.agilekeychain. Inside that folder is an html link. If you open that link, you are taken to the 1Password sign-in (on the web). You sign in and you can see what is currently in Dropbox/the iPad's 1Password file. I've got my iPad (and PC) on automatic sync, so it's always up to date.

    Another nice thing about it is that you can access Dropbox from any web browser and get to that folder or you can access that folder from your PC.

    What I'm saying, ultimately, is that you don't have to have both - but I think you do have to pay to have both. It's been so long that I don't remember, sorry. I do like having it on my PC too (as you can use it for browsing and such on the PC and have it auto-linnk to the account/iPad).

    Anyway, enough rambling. Hope this helps in some small way.

    Marilyn

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