When comparing Passpack vs RoboForm, the Slant community recommends RoboForm for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform password manager?” RoboForm is ranked 9th while Passpack is ranked 26th.
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Pro Free for up to 100 passwords
After the 100 password threshold is passed, this service costs $1.50 per month for up to 1,000 passwords and 3 users. Plans can be expanded all the way to $40.00 per month with the capability to store 10,000 passwords and share with 1,000 users.
Pro Can create one time passwords
Passpack allows creating passwords for accessing the Passpack Vault that can only be used once. Great for accessing the Vault in public or untrusted places.
Pro Two-factor authentication
Passpack support two-factor authentication via e-mail or Yubikey.
Pro Encrypts user data before it reaches Passpack servers
Users are not at risk of having their passwords known by Passpack staff, as user data is encrypted before it reaches their servers.
Pro Compatible with most common browsers
Passpack is compatible with Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari.
Pro Username/password combinations can be shared with others
Passpack caters to teams by allowing them to easily share credentials with each other.
Pro Can import usernames and passwords from programs like Excel
For users who have already stored their username and password information in a spreadsheet, Passpack makes it easy to migrate all of the information at once. Additionally, Passpack lets users export their info as well.
Pro Portable versions available
Pro Sophisticated form fill
In addition to being capable of filling in usernames and passwords even in places other popular password managers tend to fail, RoboForm can also fill in a wide variety of other form fields such as long registration or checkout forms that require personal, credit card, banking and other information.
To enable form fill functionality an identity has to be created and all relevant information supplied. It's possible to use multiple identities and identities created from login credential entries. In case of multiple identities a drop-down will offer choice in which to use.
Pro Adding new passwords and updating existing one's requires little manual work
When logging in a website for the first time, RoboForm will offer to save the login credentials via a pop-up. The pop-up allows creating a new entry or replacing an existing one with the information supplied. And if a password has been changed without updating the entry in RoboForm, the application will offer to update the password next time it's used.
Pro RoboForm's toolbar can be used as a bookmark's bar that automatically logs in
RoboForm's toolbar allows accessing all logins and associated websites. Clicking a website will navigate the browser to the appropriate place and peform the login sequence. It even takes care of multiple identities allowing multiple people to quickly switch between, for example, webmail accounts.
Pro Virtual keyboard support for added security
If worried about keyloggers, you can use a virtual keyboard to log in.
Pro Fingerprint verification
Some fingerprint readers can be set up to be used to access RoboForm instead of a master password.
Pro Strong Password Generator
Choose the length and characters you want to use and get a great random password that is one click copy and then saved in Roboform. Quick and effective.
Pro Safenotes allow saving free-form data
Pro Free tier
Roboform for desktop permits the user one license to install one system for free. Paid version, Roboform Everywhere, offers syncronization across multiple platforms for a yearly subscription fee.
Con Clunky UI and sign up process
Con Lacks password auditing
Con Lacks native mobile apps
Con Does not support Opera
Con Does not help with updating weak and old passwords
You will have to step through the entries yourself.