I am searching for the software which effectively manages passwords in my system. Itís very inconvenient to login again and again in numerous websites. Is there any software which will help me in this? So please let me know.
There is number of software in the market but we have to choose the best one. For my system I am currently using RoboForm software, it helps me a lot, and it works like my personal secretary. It has made my life bit more convenient. Now I donít need to login again and again need not to fill online application forms. With RoboForm what I need to do is just click the mouse and it automatically taken me to the homepage. Hope this will help you.
Keepass certainly has an unfortunate or ambiguous (potentially not well considered) URL.
For Firefox you can also store passwords but I would recommend that you password protect (Use a Master Password) your passwords, by going to Tools\Options and checking Use master password. Especially if others have access to your PC and there are ANY saved passwords you don't want to share.
Some also use a USB drive to store their passwords (can mitigate against keyloggers somewhat). Although very low tech, I keep a copy of key passwords in encoded form with me. You could get some good information from the first several minutes of http://www.twit.tv/sn16 including, according to the episode page, "The best way to store passwords". Leo and Steve discuss several ways to deal with it. Some of the later information in that episode is dated, but I think that part is helpful.
Being a little too analytical sometimes, much like "Sean Connery" on SNL's version of Jeopardy, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzmRWXlnfiE (1:47 or so)
I unfortunately see undesirable combinations of words when reading URLs. (hint: Think 8x3 file format and apply it as 4x3 to the URL.)
If you don't see it after that, please see http://www.adpunch.org/entry/acciden...-of-companies/
for a list of examples of bad URL names.
If I was testing their software, I would likely have suggested a different URL.