It seems like these are all the rage today. I've been recently looking for a good one to break away from the password excel chains that have bound me for so long. It's funny because our own TR posted information regarding insecurities found in online/web based options like LastPass and similar offerings. I'm curious to hear some down to earth opinions from other I.T. proffesionals who have found something that meets their security demands and perhaps their need to access those passwords while mobile.
I came across an option for software that lets you totally bypass the need to store your Keepass in the "Cloud" (AKA Dropbox or Google Drive). Its called "Pleasant Password Server" http://www.pleasantsolutions.com/passwordserver/
. The website seems sort of in its infancy, and as someone state either here on TR in comments or elsewhere that it feels like a software consulting company that made their own in house password manager and then decided to market it a bit. Not that its a bad thing, my time tracking software (HarvestApp) was created by that same principal is is excellent.
So I'm curious if anyone has tried this program to host their KeePass DB on their own in house server for local only share and/or web and remote capabilities. Ideally I'd be able to access this via my Android phone or any web browser. Obviously a certain amount of network hardening for the server in question is advised if its to be accessible outside of the network. Open to thoughts and ideas about this or other offerings.
OH, and I'd like to be able to store software licenses within the software for multiple client accounts, so that we don't have to wonder about whether we are staying legal with our licensing. Obviously from what I've seen KeePass can be made to do this, but as I said before I'm totally open to other offerings.