RoboForm  is a password management system.  

  • It is available on all platforms.
  • Join for $9 for the first year.  The price goes up to $29 per year after that.  
  • RoboForm Everywhere is the version that synchs with all platforms.  

Some days, I feel so unproductive.  It seems all that I do is login with ID’s and passwords all day.

I remember the days before I used Roboform to manage my passwords.  I used a combination of a little password-protected javascript app called Pocket, an Excel spreadsheet, or Word document (MS Office applications do have the ability to set a password).

Google Chrome was one of the first browsers to save your passwords for every site that required a login and password (Internet Explorer had the same capability but it was ridden with bugs and anomalies).

The problem was sharing those password keepers among multiple browsers on the same machine, and the various browsers and apps on other devices (at the time, I had 2 laptops, a Windows server, a Linux server, an iPad, an Android tablet, and an Android smartphone).  Roboform had come out with an Everywhere option, and I could not wait to sign up.

I guess you wonder how something that is accessible from the web, as a plug-in to multiple browsers, available as apps on multiple platforms can be safe.  Well, it is as long as you set a Master Password.

This is what I consider an absolutely REQUIRED TOOL for your toolkit.  Anyone who does business on the internet knows the frustration of keeping track of all the userid’s, passwords, bookmarks, etc.  

With any respectable inventory of safelists and traffic exchanges, you could have literally thousands of logins and passwords  Roboform detects when you are answering a login prompt, and will record the pertinent information.

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Rich Moyer * Senior Member of Technical Staff at Verizon (Retired 2003) * MREI Property Management (Retired 2004) * Robert Half Consulting (Retired 2004) * Hudson Consulting (Retired 2005) * MREI Consulting (Retired 2005) * Lexmark Consulting (Retired 2012) * Spaho Consulting (Retired 2014) Looks like the only thing I do well is Retire I just blog, write tutorials, and play with Network Marketing My Websites: * - Switchboard for Life Balance Network Sites * - WorldProfit Home Page * * * * - Life Balance eBooks * - Business to Business Blog and eCommerce * - Drip Campaigns Our safelists/Traffic Exchanges: * Giant Profit Ads * Mad-Cow-Ads * CommissionsUnleashed * YourLuckyFastCash * FreedomMails * OneStopSolos Major Projects: * WorldProfit * Team Elite Home Businesses * Team Atlantis Rising/TOAN * Traffic Wave * InstantRevShare * GrabThoseLeads