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    Password manager app connected with or recommended by T-Mobile?

    Gray cells are not functioning. I recall seeing something about a password manager app that was recommended (?) by T-Mobile in that it worked in conjunction with your SIM to encrypt your passwords. It was very recent but I can't remember the details or the name of the app. Does anyone else remember the name of the app?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRNewcomb View Post
    Gray cells are not functioning. I recall seeing something about a password manager app that was recommended (?) by T-Mobile in that it worked in conjunction with your SIM to encrypt your passwords. It was very recent but I can't remember the details or the name of the app. Does anyone else remember the name of the app?
    maybe one password?

    https://1password.com/

    The world’s most-loved password manager

    1Password is the easiest way to store and use strong passwords. Log in to sites and fill forms securely with a single click.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trees12 View Post
    maybe one password?.....
    I looked at that but I do recall some connection to the phone's SIM, which isn't mentioned in the information about one password.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4mula1 View Post
    You're thinking of ZenKey.
    That's it! Thanks.

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    OK. I've installed ZenKey but don't seem able to use it to store passwords. Not sure how this app is supposed to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRNewcomb View Post
    OK. I've installed ZenKey but don't seem able to use it to store passwords. Not sure how this app is supposed to work.
    It only works on "participating" websites. According to https://myzenkey.com/, the list is currently about a half dozen, mostly AT&T related (AT&T, DirectTV) with "more coming soon"...





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    Well, that's not very useful. I thought it would be some super secure password vault.

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    I've been using the very highly reviewed / rated LastPass https://www.lastpass.com/ password manager for the past few years. You should check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f38urry View Post
    I've been using the very highly reviewed / rated LastPass https://www.lastpass.com/ password manager for the past few years. You should check it out.
    I'll probably do just that. So far, no one has been able to give me any examples of how ZenKey can be used in any reasonable, practical sort of way.

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