Too many Passwords !!!

Real Estate Agent with Century 21 Commonwealth Real Estate

After reading the earlier post about hotkeys I thought I would share some software I found about two or three years ago that has really helped me.  When I started with the Internet back in HS in 92, I had one password for my ISP which I think was called Prodigy (I can't even remember for sure).  Then through college and later I found that many sites on the net require passwords and some wanted at least four letters, or six letters, or six letters and one number and so on.  Before I knew it I had probably twenty passwords and remembering which one went with which ID became very tricky.  And after you didn't log on for so long some became impossible to remember.  Then I found anypassword which is a free download from and is very helpful.  You can put in your screenname/id and then the password that goes with it for any site.  You can also have a password on this software so noone else can access it.  I just wanted to share this because it has become a great asset for me over the past couple of years and hopefully it will for you to.  Thanks.  SC


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Lisa Simpson
Mortgage Options - Summerville, SC

Steve, I really know what you mean about to many passwrods, We have everything passworded from security purposes. I will look into the software, thanks. If you need help with lending let me know.


Sep 08, 2006 03:49 PM #1
Peter Andres - Lic. in FL & NY GRI,SRES,CNE
REALTOR - The Villages, FL
Thank you. I had this problem today. Apparantly one of my systems has me change the password every 90 days and I tried a couple of passwords that I normally interchange. I had to have it reset....again.
Sep 08, 2006 04:24 PM #2
Terry Moravec
Keller Williams Premier Realty - Blaine, MN
Another program that works great for passwords is Passwords Plus from DataViz. It's a Palm OS program that syncs to desktop and securely stores passwords, PINs, CC numbers, bank accounts, alarm codes, and just about anything else you can think of.  
Sep 08, 2006 04:55 PM #3
Christopher Smith
TREGO REALTY - Cedar Rapids, IA
Very cool information.  I've been looking for a website like this, thanks for passing along this info.
Sep 09, 2006 12:29 AM #4
Kristal Kraft
The Berkshire Group Realtors - Denver, CO
Selling Metro Denver Real Estate - 303-589-2022

Good advice and right on target.  I have more passwords than brain cells, making remember totally impossible.

I found RoboForm to be an excellent program to help me with this problem.  RoboForm also keeps your credit card info on hand making it easy to spend even more money faster!

It's simple and secure.

Sep 09, 2006 03:28 AM #5
Steve Campbell
Century 21 Commonwealth Real Estate - Georgetown, KY
You can also use anypassword to store other info such as credit card numbers, acount numbers.  I have not tried roboform.  Thanks.  SC
Sep 09, 2006 04:05 AM #6
Karen Villa Schweinfurth
RE/MAX Northwest Realtors, Inc. 425-308-3669 - Everett, WA
ABR, CRS, SRES, CyberStar
I use Norton password, but it doesn't always work.
Sep 09, 2006 11:55 AM #7
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