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  • Reply by paragpancho on February 11, 2010

    As others have mentioned free browsers(like opera, chrome) doens't encrypt password.. Also it saves on local PC..
    Roboform you can sync online so it's saved online (encrypted).. You can login to online.roboform site and see your password from any PC..

  • Reply by jdcohen14 on June 24, 2008

    There's not a lot of software worth paying for, but this is definitely one of them. I've used Opera and FF and this is so much better. That's why they got my $30 and I'd gladly pay them again.

  • Reply by WhyZeeGuy on June 20, 2008

    And do do Firefox and Opera encrypt passwords and personal data using AES, Blowfish, RC6, 3-DES or 1-DES algorithms?


    There are know exploits for Firefox and Opera password managers, none for Robo Form

    That's why I paid $30 for it, my personal & financial data are worth it.

  • Reply by virago81 on June 13, 2008

    You get what you pay for. Robo works on both IE and Firefox, let's you transfer settings between machines, has a USB version, secure notes, password generator. Worth every penny.

  • Reply by 1sdman on June 6, 2008

    Yes, there are free programs, but I pay for RoboForm.

    It is portable (I use it everywhere) so I can use it at home, the office, athe Public Library (gasp!), and when I am "on the road".

    It makes passwords effective (complex), and helps me fill out forms (a major godsend).

    Well worth the cost.

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