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Too many confusing passwords to remember? Are your current password(s) simple and insecure?  Does your password match your luggage combination?  
A Password Manager Program provides you with a single repository for your passwords and login information for all your web surfing needs.  The industry standard complexity requirements on passwords makes it cumbersome for the standard end user to fully take advantage of the security that a complex password entails.  A Password Manager program bridges the gap between the complexity built into the password requirements and the simplicity of everyday life.   
Below are the top 3 that TAU recommends to start on your secure password journey.  There are several options available to you and we encourage you to take time and explore them.  


LastPass is a fantastic password manager offering free and premium (paid) features. Once you create a master password, LastPass allows you to import all saved login credentials — usernames and passwords — from FireFox, Chrome, Edge, Opera, and Safari. It then helps you delete information from your computer to keep it secure, prompting you to do little more than remember your super-secure master password.


Features packed into this great password management tool include a strong password generator, username and password storage, secure sharing, and an intuitive user interface. It even includes a built-in “watchtower” service designed to notify you of ongoing website breaches.


Keeper is a password manager application and digital vault created by Keeper Security that stores website passwords, financial information and other sensitive documents using 256-bit AES encryption, zero-knowledge architecture and two-factor authentication.