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For those from the Windows world, is there anyone familiar with a program called "Password Keeper" by Gregory Braun? It generates and organizes passwords. I've used it for many years on my PC. Now I can't find it in a Mac version. Can anyone recommend a good password program.

BTW,....I haven't tried or know much about Keychain.

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1Password is most likely that you're looking for. I've used it for a long time and couldn't live without it. Go it a go.
Keychain works to, but it lacks a lot of the feature 1Password has, like Auto Filling webpages.

And BTW, I found 1 other post from you with the same question. No need to double post.

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Welcome to MacForums, RadarP3C

1Password is most likely that you're looking for. I've used it for a long time and couldn't live without it. Go it a go.
Keychain works to, but it lacks a lot of the feature 1Password has, like Auto Filling webpages.

And BTW, I found 1 other post from you with the same question. No need to double post.
Thanks for the recommendation for 1Password. Yes, I'm looking for more features than what Keychain offers.

The reason for the "double post" is because of the lack of responses on my thread in the notebooks section. This section, switcher hangout, seemed the more appropriate place to ask this question since it is about a Windows to Mac question. Well, I am assuming this is the place for folks that are switching from Windows to Mac or vice or versa.

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Update: McYukon; I just checked out the website and 1Password looks like what I want. Oh, and Merry Christmas!
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McYukon, I checked out 1Password and it is what I'm looking for. I went ahead and bought and installed it.

Thanks for letting me know about.
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Doesn't Mac come with something that does this?
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Doesn't Mac come with something that does this?
Yes, "Keychain", I believe is what you are referring to, but it is very basic in my opinion.
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