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Is there a safe way to save passwords?

It is for a company to manage our passwords on for various servers. It needs to be install-able on our server.

It would be nice if various users of the password manager would have possibility of different access rights, e.g., for less important passwords.

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marked as duplicate by ChrisF Jul 11 '12 at 12:41

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That is not a duplicate. I'm asking for a web app that installable on our own servers. Not a desktop application. – Kugel Jul 11 '12 at 15:04

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There is no easier way to remember your passwords on multiple computers and operating systems than by using LastPass. LastPass is a good solution for people who regularly move between multiple computers and operating systems. I've been using it for quite a long time now, and it's awesome!

Key Features

  • User only has to remember his master password
  • Automatic form filling, and one click login.
  • Data is securely synchronized across all computers/browsers.
  • Supports Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari, etc.
  • Works in Windows/MAC/Linux/Mobile.
  • Option to securely share one or more passwords with other users.

Other password managers worth checking out:

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I look through the web site and all the downloads just seem to be clients and passwords are stored on their servers. That's what I don't want. – Kugel Jul 11 '12 at 15:03

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