Last night I read a Guardian article, Online passwords: keep it complicated. It’s a surprisingly good summary, given that it’s aimed at the general public. The author concludes by telling us he decided to adopt LastPass, and also mentions 1Password. The comments section on the page gives similar solutions, like KeePass. The security-conscious people I know have arrived at the same conclusion. There are plenty of articles on the web that summarize various similar products, e.g., Which Password Manager Is The Most Secure? at LifeHacker. A single encrypted blob offers good security and works well in practice. It also allows the storage of information like name, address, credit cards, etc., that can be used to auto-fill web forms.