I'm wondering if it is a good idea to store passwords in a FileMaker database like in an other password manager like "1password" or so.
-Does someone have any experience with this?
-Does someone knows a free solution in the www?
@all thanks for your advices.
But it is almost impossible to find a cheap solution some of them are charging 7$ /Month / User just for storing passwords thats unbelievable!
And as I can see it's mostly not possible to store the encrypted password database local.
thong127 Thanks for your link but this solution looks not very professional.
I think I will use FileMaker to make my own password manager and encrypt the FileMaker database...
Nope, I wouldn't use FMP this way.
There are free password managers (if the cost is an issue) that are designed to be password managers.
Ok, thank you for your advice :-)! Do you know a good free password manager for Mac where it is possible to share the password database?Any other opinions?
If you want to store your passwords, I suggest to use a technique which is very reliable to memorize password. Moreover the technique generates password that comply with all usual complexity and length requirements.
Here is the technique:
I bet you can memorize 100 passwords with this technique.
This may help
Yes thank you I am using this for my own passwords but I am looking for a way to store / shared passwords for my company with several employees.
Check for LastPass, very good password manager.
dida110 wrote:But it is almost impossible to find a cheap solution some of them are charging 7$ /Month / User just for storing passwords thats unbelievable!
You get what you pay for.
LastPass is great. Well worth it.
Here's an easy-to-find review of 8 free password managers:
The Best Free Password Managers of 2018 | PCMag.com
Also, 1Password for Mac has (or at least, had) a standalone option. No subscription. On Windows, 1Password is cloud only.
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