LastPass and RoboForm are two popular password managers which gets the job done pretty well, but if you are still looking for something else and have deep pockets to shell-out money on something which we can get for free Kaspersky Labs today unveiled a new professional secure password manager Kaspersky Password Manager for public downloading.
Kaspersky Password Manager remembers your online username/passwords combination's so that you can have a number of different secure, strong passwords without having to remember every single one, The standard authentication method in Kaspersky Password Manager requires the user to enter a master password to gain access to the protected database, to ensure maximum security the password-database and the master password are encrypted using strong algorithms contained in the encryption providers built into Windows operating systems.
* Organize and store all passwords in one secure location
* Sign in to websites and applications with a single mouse click
* Access and secure all passwords with a single master password
* Store passwords in an encrypted database on your computer
* Automatically create strong, unique passwords
* Carry a mobile version of the product on a flash drive
* Fill in online forms automatically
* Fully Compatible with Microsoft's new operating system, Windows 7
Kaspersky Password Manager is a paid product and you will need to spend $24.95 to get a registration code for using the product beyond free 30 days trial key.