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Export your information to *.csv format from Roboform, and import to your new password manager.

 

CYA and make extra copy.

 

Should work in that format to all programs easily.

 

Import/export as csv files.

 

If you want a great password manager, always NIS but, that's my opinion only. NIS = Norton Internet Security. Think I'm still holding at 500 passwords, although I did delete an additional 250.

 

Froze

And yes, after long days/nights, I'd still like to swing these hunks of glass , plastic and silicon against the nearest wall Come on retirement!
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I have been using Roboform for over 2 decades now and it has been pretty darn good. I subscribed for another year, used RF to fill in the ROBOFORM payment screen and it did not fill in the expiration date of my credit card. I told them and they said they could not replicate the issue. Fair enough but I am thinking it is time to A) start researching other password managers and b) figure out how to migrate the hundreds of logins as painlessly as possible.  

 

Any suggestions? 

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