What is the most reliable and easy to use password manager out there?

Security I recommend LastPass

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I recommend LastPass

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1 Password - flexible, secure and utterly reliable.

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LastPass is one of the few with enterprise administration features. Not the prettiest interface but solid performer.

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Big fan of Dashlane but that is for personal use.

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big fan of KeePass

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LastPass

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The one you have trialled and proven to integrate to your existing environment, Ease of use is a subjective term that will depend on the viewpoint you have. The only way to find it is to trial. 

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Lastpass

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The most reliable password manager I have found is Dashlane. It exists and syncs across multiple platforms and has other features (i.e. autofill).

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The password manager built in to Google Chrome. Or maybe the Apple keychain if you are in to iOS. Every operating system has a cryptographic key store built in now, so I don't really see the need to use a third party. However, be careful because the passwords are stored in memory for a period of time. Mimikatz.

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KeePass

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I like 1password, but also just read that they got a couple million in VC funding. So, I will keep an eye out to see what (if any) changes happen as a result of this software (that I pay for!) now being funded by an entity that will want ROI.

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LastPass

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Dashlane

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Keepassdroid 

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Truekey and keeper

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Huge fan of KeePass myself, I use it both professionally and personally

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thycotic

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LastPass

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I recommend last pass too.

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Keeper

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Lastpass

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Whilst there are many opensource and paid solutions available, I would recommend KeePaas tool which is very comprehensive and offer enough security controls.

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Lastpass is quite effective. Combine it with their Authenticator app and you have a solid solution. If you prefer open source tools Bitwarden is a good contender specially for deployment on your own infrastructure.