If your not using a password manager yet, then you should. I can also probably guess that you use the same password for many of the services or accounts you use which is a big security risk.
Keepass is a great free open-source application that is available for many platforms. Here in-house it’s what we use to store and manage all our passwords. One missing feature from it that we have found is that there was no plugins that would allow you to store your database on a cloud hosting solution such as Google Drive and keep it synced with multiple users.
Today we are going to be showing you how to sync your Keepass database on Google Drive for multiple users.
Update: I missed some information in the video so i took a screenshot of some additional settings that i recommend you also enable, please see checkbox 1 and 5, they are in relations to the auto locking after inactivity and minimising. Enabling these will assist in the trigger being used more effectively.
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