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I've been looking around for a good password/domains manager. Something to keep track of my clients passwords, domains, DNS, database access, etc. Web based is a must.

I've heard about KeePass, TrueCrypt, but it's a desktop client, so I'm not interested in that.

Something open source would be ideal. With the ability to make extensions to it.

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I must say that sounds very insecure. You could trust something that's fairly secure such as Google Docs with a very strong login password. – Tak Dec 1 '11 at 0:17
We currently have a really old solution using double login, with htaccess based and then a second really strong password. – IvanSF Dec 1 '11 at 0:20
The problem is the web server containing passwords could be compromised in other ways. I've seen a very secure server with SSH keys for other servers compromised which took out the entire network in minutes. – Tak Dec 1 '11 at 0:21
Those are good points. I think I will have to check KeePass, but I was trying to avoid as much as I could to use desktop apps. – IvanSF Dec 1 '11 at 0:32
You did read these questions already right? Can you update your question with more details since right now they seem to provide many answers already.………… – Zoredache Dec 1 '11 at 0:59

Have you taken a look at Lastpass. It is web based host proof password manager. Sadly it is not open source or have the ability to add extensions.

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Thanks! I took a look at LastPass last night and it seems like a good solution. I can avoid all the security hassle by using this. – IvanSF Dec 1 '11 at 16:30

Closet would be Dropbox with truecrypt portable mode up there and a TC volume with passwordsafe on it.

3 Different complex passwords

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