You can't have too much security these days. After years of using a little notebook to record much-too-simple passwords, I realized the time had finally come to choose a password manager. But there are many to choose from, even in the Linux world, and we all have different needs. For me, I did NOT want to sync passwords with my phone or the cloud, but I did need to share with my wife and her Windows computer. I chose the portable Windows edition of KeePass Password Safe. I keep the master copy on my Linux box, but I also keep 2 USB backups, one of which my wife uses to access the program. This Windows edition needs some Mono packages (not Wine) to run in Linux or Mac, but there are native Linux packages available for KeePass and also KeePassX (a variant of the original). So what do you use? Any special pros or cons that you've discovered? Any others not in the poll, please list in the comments. Thanks!