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I don't want to enter the password to a site to keep the record. I want a service which automatically catches the passwords and stores it.

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Are you sure you want your passwords stored in the cloud? – Alex Aug 27 '10 at 3:53
I agree with Alex - you should really consider the security implications of keeping your passwords with an online service. If that one service has a security breach, you've just had a personal security breach for every site you visit. – nhinkle Aug 27 '10 at 4:46
Just for the sake of completeness, there is 1password, which isn't free. – cregox Mar 7 '14 at 14:46
up vote 8 down vote accepted

Take a look at lastpass.com - I have no connection to them other than as a satisfied user.

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As a lastpass user myself, +1. However, bear in mind that LastPass isn't completely automatic. You will still need to press a few buttons - but once the site is stored, it's a breeze to use. I moved from Xmarks to this. – Raithlin Aug 27 '10 at 7:57
I am another very satisfied LastPass user. – Al E. Aug 27 '10 at 15:07

You might want to look at Xmarks as well, manages bookmarks/passwords/tabs across browsers/computers/web

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For those, who afraid of giving their password to a thirdparty: try out KeePass and sync it with the cloud anyhow (like dropbox, google drive, skydrive...). There are some tools to integrate it with your browser.

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If you don't mind being limited to a browser, consider Firefox Sync (Firefox 4 (now in Beta 4) includes Firefox Sync by default) - a cloud-based service that syncs not only your passwords, but also history, bookmarks and your entire session across PCs.

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