If you keep your password in notepad file or write it down or you just set password same for each website or service you sign up, then you must use this tool. KeePass password manager creates strong passwords and stores them safely.
KeePass is a free, Open-Source and useful password manager that creates strong, random password and keep them encrypted on your HD. We to remember passwords, set same passwords for each website/services but that is making all of your accounts unsecure and exposing to hackers. Once any of the website that you've signed up on is compromised then most often hackers use username and passwords to open other accounts. So using same password is one way making account unsecured.
Setting different passwords is always recommended. With the help of KeePass you can generate strong password including alphabets, numbers, symbols and with different character case.
Creating entry is very simple just by clicking new entry and fill out the information, generate password and click save. You've also got a comment box for additional information about the entry. You don't have option to sync all of your entries with cloud but you can do it manually by uploading a small file on Dropbox, Google drive or anywhere.
It can have database of thousand entries and every single entry can be easily found with a search option on the top of window. You can any fields that you remember of any particular entry.
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You have two options to access your password files, either by creating a key file or a Master password.
Installing KeePass in Ubuntu/Linux Mint
KeePass can easily be installed from Software Center just search for KeePass and click install.