The most secure way of password protecting your online life is to create a random strong password, one now one can ever guess. The problem, of course, is that you won’t be able to guess it, either. Or remember it. Luckily, we’ve found a nice solution to this problem: Password Gorilla, freeware that will help us all keep track of our passwords.
Password Gorilla won’t create those passwords for you, but it will keep track of all the ones you DO create. You can set it to only accept passwords with specific criteria, like requiring the password to include a certain number of characters, uppercase letters, numbers, or special symbols.
Each database of passwords can be set to lock after a specific number of minutes and is unlocked with one Master Password, set when the database is created. All in all, this looks like a pretty functional way to keep track of all those passwords you’re creating in your journey across the online spaces. You do create new secure passwords for everything, right? Right?
Be sure to grab a copy of this free Mac app now from the developer site, and let us know what you think in the comments.