An open-source and cross-platform password manager works without any limitations.
|License||Free (Open source)|
|Open source, works without any limitations, has a plugin for Internet Explorer that allows automatic web form filling.|
|Not well integrated into web browsers.|
The open-source program KeePass is my personal favorite and serves as an alternative to other password managers for me. It’s not nearly as well integrated into your browser as RoboForm, but it’s a very good product that works without any limitations at all.
There’s also an excellent KeePass plug-in for Internet Explorer that automates web form filling. You can simply drag and drop saved information to password prompts or web forms. Alternatively, you can use the powerful auto-type functionality that allows you to define a sequence of key presses, which KeePass can automatically perform when a global hotkey is pressed – perfect for email logins or entering program serial numbers.
KeePass runs in Windows and it has also been ported to run on other platforms, such as KeePassDroid for Android, iKeePass for iOS devices, etc. Links to all supported packages can be found on the KeePass downloads page.