Creating a strong password requires a complex combo of letters, numbers, and special characters. Oh, and you should be able to remember it.
Of course, that’s the hard part. Most of us have lost hours of our lives pounding the keyboard trying password after password, before giving in and clicking “forgot password.” At which point you get the “new password cannot be the same as old password and also needs to include a hieroglyphic now.” It’s a tough world out there.
Password Boss, aptly named, is a tool that can help make password pain a little easier. You just remember one master password, and Password Boss does the rest — it’ll create strong, unique passwords for all your accounts (an unlimited number of them), it’ll auto-fill your saved passwords, personal info, and financial data on forms, and it’ll sync across all of your devices.
According to PC Mag, “Password Boss Premium v2.0 does just about everything you could want a password manager to do.” You can even securely share your password, other saved items, and whole folders, so you don’t have to hear “what’s our Netflix password?” ever again.
And if you think your passwords are pretty strong as is, Password Boss can do an audit. It’ll give you a security score based on the strength and uniqueness of your passwords and will explain how to make it better
There’s currently a sale on Password Boss in the Mashable Shop: add three devices for $19.99, five devices for $24.99, and for an unlimited number of devices pay $34.99.
An unlimited subscription usually costs upwards of $500 so this is a great deal.