Creating a strong password and changing it often (every 3-6 months) is one of the best ways to protect yourself. It is also important to have different passwords for all of your accounts in the event one is hacked it doesn't affect all of them. So, how do you remember all those passwords without writing them down (another no-no)? By using a password manager or vault.
A password manager is software that stores and encrypts your usernames and passwords for websites and applications that you use. It a lot more secure than writing down this information or storing it in your browser--both are easily hacked.
Many also offer two-factor authentication.
Ask your self these questions. If you answer yes 2 or more of them would be helpful for you to find one to use.
EKU does not offer password managers to our users and does not support any of the products listed below. However, we are listing some of the higher rated ones below for your own information. You should view features and any costs associated with them before making a decision on which one to use.