Is it wise to use Safari’s password generator?
With so many new apps and services coming out every day, it can be hard to keep track of all your passwords.
Luckily for you, Safari has a password generator built in that will generate strong and secure passwords depending on the level of protection you need.
If you have been using the same password for multiple accounts to make it easy to log into your web accounts, Safari can generate passwords for you that are far better far stronger and far more resistant to hackers than the passwords that you come up with.
If you’re looking for even more security, however, we recommend checking out our password manager, LogMeOnce. It generates randomized passwords for each site automatically (and organizes them so they’re easy to find), syncs across devices through cloud storage or locally using Wi-Fi, stores encrypted data online with bank-grade encryption—all while being free.
LogMeOnce is backed by a selection of powerful security features. In fact, it goes one step further than most of its competitors, with a range of patented and copyrighted tools to further protect your sensitive information. You can also add Dark Web monitoring with the premium options. It’s a great way to have convenience and stay safer than simply using Safari’s password generator.
LogMeOnce installs into your web browser (like Safari, Chrome or Firefox). You can download the extension through the Chrome Web Store, or on the App Store if you’re on Windows or on a Mac device.
See How To Use LogMeOnce Browser Extension Menu for more details: