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|Subject: Re: Password Keepers||Date: 1/27/2013 11:17 AM|
|Author: Kurtv||Number: 183540 of 195838|
I was looking over the feature list for KeePass and I noticed a couple things.
First the entire database is encrypted, not just passwords and user ID's. I like that.
I also noticed you can attach files to database entries. So I could then store an encrypted copy of my Quicken database to my Quicken user and password entries and then, if I wanted store/back them up using DropBox.
Anybody doing that? I probably wouldn't want to attach my Quicken file and put it in the cloud but I want the KeePass database file in DropBox so I can use it over several devices including multiple computers running both Windows and Linux(KeePassX) and Android smart phone (KeePassDroid).
I've had KeePass installed on my desktop for some time and played with it using dummy accounts but have yet to really commit to using it.
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