Have you ever been thinking about how effective are your passwords? I mean, on one side of the ring is the approach to use different password on each web site and on the other side of the ring is the approach to use same complex password everywhere.
Not very good choices if you ask me. If you choose first, you end up having way to many passwords to remember, it becomes very cumbersome. If you choose second, with one very strong password, if one of the sites get compromised everything goes along.
I went for something in the middle, one complex passwords to protect all random but complex passwords. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome password manager of the day 1Password.
I have been using this product for a long time and I must say, it is one of the best password managers that I have been using so far. It is simple and easy to use. It contains password generator, plugin to most popular web browsers and now seamless integration with your smartphone.
You have multiple ways how to synchronize the password DB with your phone. You can use iCloud, Dropbox or vuala your own WiFi. So your data will never (hopefully) leave your network. The setup is very straightforward.
First, configure client app for synchronization across local network, in Preferences/Sync.
The, open you app and follow these steps to initiate and verify synchronization process.
If you encounter the following error during synchronization: