benneh Wrote:Hi, this looks like a nice program which could potentially replace my use of RoboForm, however first some questions:
1) Is this always going to be free? This question seems to have been avoided and I would have thought would qualify for your FAQ? Whilst this looks equivalent/possible better than roboform in some ways, if it's going to cost people money there is no compelling advantage.
benneh Wrote:2) You need to have an option for offline use where my passwords, encrypted or not, never get uploaded to you. All your arguments about strong crypto so it doesn't matter may be true today, but strong encryption today may not be so strong tomorrow. There is still issues with these passwords being hosted by you, even if that's not apparent for many years. Not having this option will limit many (of your more paranoid) users.
benneh Wrote:3) Oh yeah, and for makers of and promoters of security and passwords, you should really do something about your forums not allowing strong passwords. I tried to use a 32 character password and was told it was too long, this doesn't look good. Now there is nothing particularly secret here, but why use forums software which limits this?
JoeSiegrist Wrote:None of our plans involves charging you.
benneh Wrote:You need to have an option for offline use where my passwords, encrypted or not, never get uploaded to you.
JoeSiegrist Wrote:Most of the compelling reasons to use LastPass is due to the online access.
JoeSiegrist Wrote:Yeah we were a bit shocked at the dearth of good options from a security perspective in existing forum software.
skenliv Wrote:I just registered to agree on what radmoose said about having this in the FAQ.
"None of our plans involves charging you. We like the enterprise space, and potentially non obtrusive ads on LastPass.com, or easy sign-ups on LastPass.com, but nothing that would hurt our reputation or brand. We can commit that we're not going to pull the rug out on our existing userbase"
It is important for MANY users and especially companies like mine, not to become locked in on a specific software.
Now im going to try out this software
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