You have accounts at yahoo, gmail, myspace, msn, paypal etc, this is never ending list depending on your online activity.
With each webservice comes the burden to remember username and password. Managing and trying to recall so many passwords can bog you down and result in ‘Password Fatigue’.
Is there a solution? Yes, there is an excellent solution in the form of online password manager ‘Clipperz’. Using this you can login into any of your online accounts with a single click. It can be used to store and freely organize passwords, confidential notes, burglar alarm codes, credit and debit card details, PINs, software keys etc.
Security? Clipperz is a free and anonymous online password manager. Local encryption within the browser guarantees that no one except you can read your data.
What if no Internet? Users can dump their encrypted data from Clipperz servers to a local hard disk or USB drive and create a read-only portable version of Clipperz to be used when no Internet connection is available.
Usage? It is free and involves no installation or backup. A stripped down edition designed for the Firefox sidebar. You just need to pick up a username and a passphrase to open an account.
Very good alternative to remember so many passwords. However, user discretion and understanding needed before using this service. I am surely game for atleast dumping my email and forum passwords. What say?