I am considering switching from passwords.rtf to a new system that is actually secure. I am a great fan of Dropbox and I am a great fan of efficient and quick working. If a passwords system requires 2 minutes to request a password, then it's not worth it. I use the document like 10 times a day, it helps me lots.
Also, I am not planning to use it for Firefox, I already use Xmarks for synchronizing passwords in Firefox and it works fine. I don't want to clutter my database. I already have far too many passwords. Maybe I will create 3rd Keepass database, called Firefox, next to passwords and server passwords.
On the internet I see a lot of positive experiences about LastPass, but I don't see any reason to use it if:
- I have no strong desire to replace the passwords manager of the browser, which is LastPass's raison d'être.
- I need quick access to the passwords. Not looking to spend minutes to copy a single passwords.
I might even consider using both, Lastpass for Firefox and Keepass for other passwords
So I am looking forward to hearing personal experiences with storing passwords etc. for servers. I do SSH logins via private keys, but it still leaves a lot of passwords e.g. Windows server accounts, MySQL accounts, etc..