A new tool to store your passwords safely
I’ve recently discovered a new and great tool to store your passwords safely.
Yep! You got it, it’s the KeePassX . For those who use Ubuntu, you can find it in the Ubuntu Software Center.
It’s actually easy to install, and very easy to use.
You just set up a master password (be careful to remember it) and you’re good to go. After choosing your master password click on Add new Database, and start adding your passwords and ID’s.
You can Copy Password & ID from the database and Paste it wherever you want.
I personally suggest you save the Database in your Ubuntu Cloud directory, so that you’ll have a backup just in case your Linux crashes.
Download KeePassX from HERE
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