Our networks generate numerous opportunities for cyber attack. We are constantly sending and receiving code using a variety of devices. If we could limit these movements to merely data we would mitigate the risk substantially.
Here are some free tools that can help you protect your passwords:
Dashlane Password Manager
Keeping track of passwords and making them secure is startlingly simple with Dashlane’s free password manager. Automatically import your passwords from Chrome or any other browser into your secure password vault. Save any missing passwords as you browse. Make a new password right within your browser. Get automatic alerts when websites get breached.
1U Password Manager
Outstanding authentication through facial biometrics, including liveness detection. Sync among one Android/iOS device and multiple desktops. Predefined templates for popular sites. Secure password sharing. Free!
KeePass Password Safe is a free, Open Source, lightweight, and easy-to-use password manager for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and Android mobile devices. With so many passwords to remember and the need to vary passwords to protect your valuable data, it’s nice to have KeePass to manage your passwords in a secure way. KeePass puts all your passwords in a highly encrypted database and locks them with one master key or a key file. As a result, you only have to remember one single master password or select the key file to unlock the whole database. And the databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known, AES and Twofish.