Password / Password storage
After getting a new password, it's handy to save it somewhere. Especially if you already have more. Or, like me, over 190.
To store these passwords you must of course have a secure program where the passwords are stored encrypted.
Here are some alternatives that you can use on different platforms (Windows, Android, iOS) and that are also shared via cloud (encrypted) on your different devices.
A few examples are LastPass, Passpack and KeePass Password Safe.
However, I use SafeInCloud Password ManagerBelow you can see a screenshot of this program on Windows. This version is free of charge. It also exists on Android and iOS, but a small amount has to be paid for it. I made the private sensitive data blue.
This Safe in Cloud Password manager synchronizes via different clouds (Dropbox, Google Drive, Onedrive etc.) between the different versions on the different systems.
All Features of Safe in Cloud Password Manager
Easy to use
Try it yourself and notice the easy-to-use yet powerful user interface.
Your passwords are always encrypted on the device and in the cloud with a strong 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard.
Login with Fingerprint
Unlock the SafeInCloud application immediately with your fingerprint scanner on devices where it is present.
Your SafeInCloud database is automatically synchronized with your own cloud account on Google Drive, Dropbox, Yandex Disk or OneDrive.
Generate unique and strong passwords to protect your online accounts.
SafeInCloud warns against weak passwords and passwords that are used twice.
Free Desktop App
Use the SafeInCloud application for free on Windows and Mac PC.
Auto-fill the passwords in a browser with browser extension for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Yandex Browser and Opera.
Automatic Data Import
Import your passwords from another password manager via the desktop application.