Synchronize Passwords across machines using Tonido WebsharePro
Every website/software/service these days requires some type of registration or login and a password. And every password has some security requirements. Some require atleast 8 characters, some need numbers in them, some need numbers and capital text. The variations are endless. And remembering all those passwords can be quite hard unless you have a system.
Here’s one neat way to store all your passwords securely without having them stored in another third-party service.
Step 1: Download KeePass. KeePass is a nice password storage manager that requires you to remember only one master password.
Step 3: Run KeePass, create a new Database and store the database in that network drive.
Step 4: Repeat as needed from other machines you need access to that network drive.
Step 5: There is no step 5!
Any time you edit or create a new password on one computer, it’ll automatically be available from other machines wherever they might be. There’s a small catch here: KeePass doesn’t automatically update your passwords when it’s open, so if you make a change on one computer and save it, you want to make sure to re-open the database from a different machine before making further changes.