Top 5 Password Managers for 2017

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Staying safe on your computer and smartphone has become a top priority for most of us nowadays. This is why we recommend that everyone get a good password manager that they fully trust. In this way, your data will be safer than ever. Here are the top five best password managers of 2017 in no particular order. Let us know which one is your choice in the comment section below!

  1. SpiderOak Encryptr

SpiderOak Encryptr is a great cloud-based manager developed by, as the name aptly suggests it, SpiderOak. It protects your personal information by using Crypton JavaScript technology, which is pretty great. On top of that, it encrypts more than just passwords. SpiderOak Encryptr works on credit card data, as well as plain text.

  1. EnPass

EnPass is also cloud-based, but it works with different cloud platforms. Thus, you can use it in correlation with Google Drive, Dropbox, OwnCloud and OneDrive, as well as lesser-known third-party services of this kind.

  1. KeePass

KeePass is a really sturdy password manager that offers Twofish 256-bit encryption. It works on Linux, Windows and Mac as far as computers are concerned, and then on mobile devices, it is compatible with both iOS and Android, which is a big plus.

  1. RoboForm

RoboForm is a bit more special than all else on this list for the sole reason that it does more than just store your passwords. It also helps you create complex and safe passwords, which is a very important bonus feature not many programs of this kind have.

  1. 1Password

1Password is the best alternative for those that value both functionality and aesthetics because it’s very well-performing, but it also looks sleek and amazing at the same time. And it’s great for iOS in particular, among others.

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