You know how they say that you should use a different password for each thing, never write passwords down, and change them periodically? You need a super brain to keep up with it all! I take some comfort in knowing I'm not the only one with this problem, otherwise the program I tried would never have been invented!
Roboform is a password manager program developed by Siber Systems. It's available for download from the website, and you can use it free for a limited trial version to see if you like it. The version I've been trying stores the passwords you want on your desktop. Roboform Everywhere stores passwords online so you can access them from anywhere, while Roboform2Go operates on a USB flash drive.
Roboform has been downloaded over 50 million times, comes highly recommended with consistently high ratings and includes the strongest encryption possible.
Roboform is easy to download, and if purchased, comes with a key to activate all the features. Once installed, it operates in the background, but as soon as a website requires a login, it prompts you to save a password if it's the first visit, or finds the password automatically for you on a subsequent visit, so all you have to do is click, and your username and password are filled in for you, and the login button is clicked for you as well! Super easy! I had imagined having a list of possible logins to go through every time you wanted to log in to a secure website, but the feature of the login ID showing up automatically (on my button bar) is superb! When you enter a new password, you have to also enter the master password to have it saved, and sometimes you have to enter the master password to use your saved password, so really, all you ever have to remember is the master password and you're good to go!
Roboform can also be used to automatically fill in web forms. We haven't used this feature yet, but I can imagine it would save a lot of typing! :)
Roboform is available for a variety of platforms including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, Mac OS X, and Opera as well as for a variety of mobile devices.
Check out the video on the website explaining how Roboform works.