Welcome to the first in a new occasional series, Toolbox Tuesdays, where we highlight tools that Clicksters have found to be... well... awesome. Or to put it more professionally, tools that let us Get Things Done with minimum headaches and cost.
This Tuesday we're highlighting...
We all know we SHOULD have unique, high security passwords for every website we use. We should never store our passwords in file on our hard drive or even in our wallet.
Wouldn't it be nice if there was a tool that created strong, unique passwords for every website you visited, remembered them, made them one-click ready when you land on the site (or made your MULTIPLE usernames and passwords all 1-click ready for you), was easy to securely share specific passwords with others (spouses like to have banking info, I'm just say'n...). And hell, wouldn't it be cool if the company proving the tool did not sell your private info, did not have access to your passwords, AND gave you a version for free?
Don't take our word for it, here is a great review from Lifehacker.
You can get LastPass here.