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RoboForm Everywhere Win&Mac 7.9.2  Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — RoboForm Everywhere Win&Mac 7.9.2

Fill your name, address, email and more with one simple click with RoboForm.
$19.95 EXPIRED
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RoboForm Everywhere Win&Mac 7.9.2 was available as a giveaway on October 21, 2013!

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Find and recover most of the program and game keys!

With RoboForm, you’ll never need to remember or type your passwords again!

It's now easier than ever to login to your favorite websites and applications. RoboForm makes the login process effortless by automatically saving, then entering your usernames and passwords. Simply click and login-similar to a browser bookmark!

Use RoboForm to securely store your name, address, email, credit cards, and all other personal information. Then just click on RoboForm to fill entire web forms automatically. Save yourself hours of needless typing!

With RoboForm Everywhere, you can access your RoboForm data and keep it in sync on all of your computers, smartphones, tablets, and USBs. Get the RoboForm for free today!

If you are Mac OS user, please get the installation materials here (file size: 38.7 MB)

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8; Mac OSX 10.5 or higher, Intel Macs only


Siber Systems, Inc



File Size:

22.6 MB (for Win version)



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@106 Judith B White: here is an interesting page that may quell your worries: . Use it wisely. ©2013 All rights reserved. Protected by federal law and international treaties. This comment is intended to be educational only; any other use misconstrues that intent and is a violation of use.

Reply   |   Comment by Doktor Thomas  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

@36 Ashraf from dotTech

SERIOUSLY Ashraf I think YOU are the one who needs to TRIPLE check, as I have used this application for years. It does NOT do a xml file this way, proof is more than your words, here have a look where it does take you when you click on export, TO ALL YOUR WEBSITE PASSWORDS FOR YOU TO COPY:


Before we could upload all our encrypted files (those that are show in the screenshot, yes those are ENCRYPTED then uploaded, so safe), this is how I backed up my RoboForm files before I would do a format. Just using WinRAR or simple copy and pasting the whole folder worked. You just would have to type in your master password, and bam! your good to go.

I also want to add to my first post and about this GOTD offer. I used the regular download from the RoboForm website and used the code in there, worked fine. You are then given a license for 1 YEAR. After this 1 YEAR license, you still are not locked out from using your account, your license will not allow you to use the everywhere feature any more. Besides for $19.99 a year, or as some have found it for cheaper or freepay, its very well work the price.

Reply   |   Comment by Onenut  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Hi everyone,

Thanks for all of the great questions and comments. If you did get the free one year license, please make sure you activate the software as well. We have a free version of RoboForm, so that is ultimately what you are downloading at first until you activate your software.


Reply   |   Comment by SiberSystems  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#38 Giovanni

Thanks for your response. Sorry you see my comments as "moaning" and "silly". A number of people found my comment useful, so they must not have felt the same.

If you're going to set yourself up as a reviewer you need to ensure that the information you give is accurate. "I forgot to mention... so what?" is not good enough. As you point out, "most of you (including YOU, I’m afraid) have not a clue about better free alternatives". That being the case, don't you think those people who rely on your comments deserve to be told the full, accurate story?

Including me in that comment was a mistake on your part. I've tried numerous password managers, both free and commercial, so I'm pretty aware of what is available, but I wasn't commenting on those - I was trying to ensure that others who may not have dug a little deeper were not confused or misled by your incorrect information.

Whether or not 90% of people use the three browsers mentioned is irrelevant. A program that works only with certain browsers automatically alienates those who use other browsers, and pointing that out is helpful for those people. Moreover, in the case of Dashlane (which I'd never heard of before you mentioned it, which is why I was keen to try it), it also forces you to set up an online account at Dashlane and installs an IE toolbar - two more negatives in my opinion - and something you should have mentioned in your review. Those points all make Dashlane unusable for me.

I have offered opinions on software as well as comments posted at GAOTD on occasion - long before you were around, in fact - but you'd be hard-pressed to remember any of them because they're few and far between. The difference between you and me is that I haven't set myself up as a software reviewer, and I've only commented when I felt it was important to say something - for example to correct your "forgetfulness". I made a comment on the giveaway for Hi Slider because you not only gave incorrect information about WOW Slider, but when that was pointed out by a couple of people (I wasn't one of them) you repeated the inaccurate info. That's the only other time I've commented on your posts.

For what it's worth I think Roboform is useless. last time I tried it (May 2010) it seemed so complicated and frustrating to use that I gave up, even though I'd paid for it.

Reply   |   Comment by ziba  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I think the best thing about Roboform, is that is is a FORM FILLER as well as a Password Manager. If you need to fill information on a new form or new webpage, you can allow it to do it for you so you don't have to type all the info in. It will recognize most form fields, and fill them in for you based on your identity info - and you can choose which identity to use. (An Identity is just a set of information you preprogram e.g. one for my business "A" and another for my business "B" - because they have different email and contact info). Most of the comments in here are comparing roboform to a password manager. I have yet to find a password manager that ALSO acts as a form filler - ROBOFORM does it all, and you can control how it operates, by setting it up properly. For someone who only accesses a few web pages a day, this isn't a big deal. To someone who has to access thousands of websites a day - and hundreds of new ones each day, this is a tremendous plus. Roboform will only do what you allow it - it is a timesaver!

Reply   |   Comment by Harold Hecuba  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

RoboForm was THE leader years ago, up to v6.7. At that time there was one modest lifetime fee. A reasonable proposition.

After a number of years I purchased their portable version also under the lifetime fee program. Shortly thereafter they stopped updating v6.x and switched to the current product line. Error.

A sampler subscription was offered to historical customers but the new version was less user friendly, not accepted at all sites (at least the ones I used), you could not switch back to the better v6.x, and it was now an annual fee program (not viable for software that only remembers passwords). I continued to use the lifetime RoboForm v6.7 despite no updates until the arrival of LastPass, which I began using before anyone, A-N-Y-O-N-E, heard of it.

Aside: My flash drive did catch a virus in an unnamed South American country which destroyed all access to RoboForm; RF houses your data (encrypted) on your device which subjects it to corruption--at least it did back then. Not an issue with LastPass.

I have never looked back. I put LastPass on everyone's PC who asks for help with the usual winOS problems and plethora of malware its high school-esque coding attracts and allows to infiltrate. (Still looking to close the three winOS back doors; any ideas?) Never heard a complaint about LastPass from them. WinOS's blatantly not as well liked.

FYI: I wouldn't use RoboForm again if they offered me a gratis lifetime subscription for each of the 27 PCs, based on my lengthy experience (more than 5 years).

This is not a "fee v. free" evaluation [sorry, Gio]; it is a "results" based rendition.
©2013 All rights reserved. No use without written permission except for the immediate licensed use here. All statutory exemption(s) specifically revoked by author. Just say "NO!" to NSA.

Reply   |   Comment by Doktor Thomas  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

NSA can decrypt any password no matter how long or complicated is, in just few seconds. Google management confirmed it few weeks ago too. Do not store your passwords in the clouds, it is a warning to all gullible people.

Reply   |   Comment by Jacky1  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

This requires your home address and phone number in order to activate even after you post the required code. No thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by Judy B. White  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

How to Export from Roboform, Import into Passpack


Reply   |   Comment by Kenneth  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Is this compliant with Windows 7sp1x64bits (has x64 dll file) and if not,safe to use?

Reply   |   Comment by Bulla  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

I have been using the software for years and I absolutely love it! It's easy to use and there's nothing like having the "Everywhere" if you're not home but need to get on to websites that requires logins.
Thank You GOTD and Roboform for having this software available.

Reply   |   Comment by Dianne Atkins  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I am using Roboform since they came out and never will I switch to another one. I love the desktop and everywhere version and mobile. I am so addicted to use Roboform that I don't open any of my websites (if I am out) without having Roboform to comfort me with their security way.

Reply   |   Comment by Emiliano  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Wow. As far as I can see, most of the complaints about RoboForm have to do with the paid yearly subscription and the lack of an easy export. The two "free" packages that most seem to prefer are Sticky Password and Dashlane. Only, to get the same features as this GAOTD, you have buy their premium versions and guess what? Both require paid yearly subscriptions. With Sticky Password it's $19.99 per year and Dashlane is $29.99 per year!

That leaves the export issue. Both Sticky Password and Dashlane explain how to export/import from RoboForm into the respective apps on their support sites. It's pretty easy.

So, what's the deal? Why all the RoboForm hatin'?

Reply   |   Comment by BertOleander  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

The 19.95 is not an annual fee. You are getting the software for free. Although no technical support and no upgrades to future versions. I'm assuming that as long as the software is at version 7, updates are included. When version 8 comes along that's when there would be a problem. I have been using the software for years and vouch for it.

Reply   |   Comment by Ross K  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Hi all,just to help anyone who is having trouble downloading the file,
mine was corrupt,but a little tip to help all of you who have this software installed already,Just enter the GOTD code into your previous installation and it will update you subscription immediately,,,,
I have just done that....Good luck all and thanks for this give away..

Reply   |   Comment by MiCal  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I used RF for some years, then Lastpass and now Sticky Password. I will pay for a software once and expect upgrades until the next major version upgrade. This annual subscription just shows the greed of these companies. They are not happy with selling millions of copies around the world so they have subscription to gain a continuing income. Count me out. They all do a reasonable job, some better than others but none are worth paying for, for the rest of your life, so I'll stick with the freebies.

Reply   |   Comment by peebee  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

@marelro Roboform will try to fill in the fields on a web form from information that you provide in a profile. Most of the time it works well (maybe 95%) but sometimes has problems for fields with non-standard labels. You can also save specific forms once you have filled them in, and Roboform will then always complete the form as originally entered.

I used to use Roboform several years ago. I liked it a lot. I was burned by the company however. I bought several licenses that were originally sold as "lifetime" licences. The company reneged on these by creating "new" versions to which you could not update and ceasing development of the original so it became virtually useless. After that nasty experience I have little inclination to support the company. I now use LastPass which will also auto-fill new and saved forms.

Reply   |   Comment by seascoot  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I used to be a major RoboForm user before version 7 and Everywhere came out. Many years and versions ago, I started purchasing licenses for RoboForm and GoodSync. I ended up with around 7-8 licenses of RoboForm and at least 4 licenses of GoodSync under the promise of free lifetime upgrades.

I have this promise of free lifetime licenses in a captured chat I had with their tech support before I purchased all of these licenses. Then one day SiberSystems decides to wipe away all mention of free lifetime upgrades from their website and refused to honor their commitment.
They act like lifetime licenses never existed and alienate all of their longtime customers. To me, this is a shady way of doing business. I understand that they need to make money to stay in business, but this could have been handled in a professional manner instead of acting like it didn't happen.

My point is that this is a SECURITY service and you are putting your trust in them to protect your valuable logins to your entire online life. How can you ever trust a company that has implemented shady business practices in the past. They seem to have set up their system to draw you in and get you to store your sensitive data with them, but they make it extremely difficult to get out. How can you be sure that when you leave them after the "free" period that they will wipe your data from their servers? I don't think you can trust them. If you leave, you will need to change every password you have stored stored on their servers.

I left and went to the free version of LastPass and I have never looked back.

I say BEWARE, they are NOT a trustworthy company!!! Be cautious with what you share with them!

Reply   |   Comment by jondo  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Ive used RoboForm on many Computers for many years...I love it..I wish it worked in All browsers as well as it does on IE tho I would hate to not have it ..Ive looked into other password managers and so far haven't found any that could make me consider changing..Free version is limited to 10 passwords ..I have all paid versions and I love how all you have to do Is copy and paste the file from one computer to the next to transfer all the passwords..Ive dealt with customer support over the years at least a few times and NEVER HAD AN ISSUE..they were always prompt polite and helpful..I would recommend it to anyone..I currently have it on 4 frontline computers and 1 back up..Absolutely recommended..

Reply   |   Comment by Bruce Burkins  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

@Siber - Is there any way I can use this to extend my current roboform everywhere account? I just renewed a couple months ago.

Reply   |   Comment by Stan  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

It's good to see that a representative from Siber Systems has finally joined the discussion to explain some of the questions being posed, and to address some of the negative commentary. As a user of Roboform since 2008, I've found it to be indispensable for what I do, which IMO is the fundamental criterion one should use when deciding on whether or not to adopt a particular software.

Roboform does what I want it to do, which is enough for me. I'm not sure why people are so concerned about importing/exporting data, considering the TYPE of data we're talking about here - namely, sensitive information that basically defines who you are online and your credentials to access sites which also may contain sensitive personal and/or commercial information. The very process of importing/exporting that data provides hackers with yet another opportunity to access it and do whatever they plan to do with it.

Although the 128-bit encryption ("military-grade") may be "safe," I refuse to enter/store any of my credit cards or banking info into ANY program, knowing that to do so exposes me to further risk of identity theft, etc.

I notice that practically nothing has been said about RF's ability to create multiple "identities," which I find quite useful since I have different logins/passwords for the same site (one for "personal" access and one for "business" access, depending on what I'm trying to accomplish).

And although I agree that "free is good" as a general concept, in a situation where your most sensitive personal information may be stored by a program (locally or "in the cloud"), do you really want to trust that information to a "free" program. What assurances do you have that THOSE programs don't have "back doors" or "phone-home" functions that will expose you to risk? After all, what is the providing company's motivation for "giving it away?"

I know I'll probably receive a lot of "thumbs down" clicks on this comment, but I don't really care! Bottom line is that Roboform works for me, and has for the past 5+ years, and I highly recommend it! As a long-time "freebie-seeker" I'm very reluctant to pay for anything online, but Roboform is one of the few programs I had no problem with paying for - largely because of its versatility and functionality. I'm not going to waste a lot of time and energy changing to some "free" program that may or may not meet my needs. I'm extremely satisfied with Roboform Everywhere, and Siber Systems can quote me on that!

Reply   |   Comment by Don Hill  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#62 Marco2
You don't have to send your data over the Internet to be compromised, being connected sufficient.
Probably you are at your most vulnerable when you're typing your passwords in on your machine, that is before it is sent across the Internet.
Key loggers and screen captures leave you vulnerable because Windows itself is vulnerable.
The NSA have had to create backdoors into systems and is still not difficult to make your messages unreadable for them.

Regarding today's download, I have decided not to use it for the simple reason that one password is the key to all your passwords and although that is convenient I personally consider it dangerous.

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

Hi Tracy,

Great question! After the one year is up you can still access your data with our Export feature or using our print list function. You can use RoboForm Everywhere, Desktop, 2Go, or Mac for free up to 10 Logins. If you have more than 10 Logins then you will need to purchase RoboForm.


Reply   |   Comment by SiberSystems  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I refuse to use subscription services, so I can't recommend Roboform Everywhere. After a year you will be paying an annual fee. I did buy Roboform Desktop though many years ago and it has been invaluable. I am not sure I can recommend the desktop version anymore though. They originally promised free lifetime upgrades, but I have heard this may no longer be true; I still get them but I have a license they probably have to honor. If it is true still, you get a program that makes using your primary computer very easy on the Web, storing hundreds of Web sites and forms, and filling them in with a single password. If it is no longer true, you are probably better off with another password manager. If you need to synch across all your devices, then you probably are committed to a subscription service, whether this or another. Sadly, the needs of companies to demand endlessly recurring fees from any possible source is I think a great loss for the consumer who wants to buy a program and use it.

Reply   |   Comment by lo  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Hav used ROBO FORM in the past and it worked well.
However, not as well as LASTPASS, which is free.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I was amazed as I read through all the comments about this program. I use Chrome mostly & the FREE roboform lite extension. I've used it Free for years after giving up on their constantly 'pay-more' each year program. Never had any problems with it & the extension is available to other browsers as well. I wish to go online,k; I sign into the extension, use it as needed, & since most often I forget to log off, it does so for you at prechosen interval. I always run CCleaner after closing my browser. Pretty much everything's safeenuf for me. I don't have much of anything IMPORTANT stored in my computer or online; I'm old-fashioned that way. I enjoy 'playing' with computers in my free-time & not willing to entrust much of anything Important to something so easily hacked by someone better.

Reply   |   Comment by Petey  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I have always used the very simple Whisper32 version 1.16 developed by Shaun Ivory. It works on all Windows OS's, even Windows 8.1, and was originally designed for Windows 95. The layout is extremely simple. If you don't mind copying and pasting user names and passwords into websites, then this is the simplest program for your password managing needs. Please note that this program hasn't been updated in many years but it still works perfectly.

Where to download it:

A screen shot of this program can be seen here:
and more shots here:
Click on image to enlarge it.

Free is always the best alternative. Roboform is subscription-ware. I am totally against any program that wants your hard-earned money on an annual basis.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)


Reply   |   Comment by DYAN KAI THOMAS  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-8)

I have used this program for years and it is VERY useful. Not only does it recognize your website login pages and offer to save your login name and password, it will generate random passwords for you of any complexity you want. It can also store login information for Windows desktop applications as well. I don't know what I would do without it.

There is also a version that you can load on a USB stick to carry with you to any computer with a USB port.

I highly recommend RoboForm.

Reply   |   Comment by David Brown  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I have used the free version of LastPass for a long time, and I like it. I don't see any reason to use something that is not free which offers essentially the same functionality.

Reply   |   Comment by Neil from Ohio  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

Hi, I am not interested in the password management (I prefer to memorize my passwords myself - I have a little booklet at home, not with the passwords but with hints how I built the different passwords and password generations), however I would be very interested in the automatic fill in of forms: name, street etcetera.
Now my question:
Does this program only remember the login data of websites you have already visited or does it sort of "recognize" the demanded fields like name, street etc. even on a new website?
Please Roboform users,tell me. That would make this program interesting for me...

Reply   |   Comment by marelro  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Love it. Used it for years, can't live without it. One of the few software programs I am willing to pay for.

Reply   |   Comment by Gwen  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11)

Personal opinion only: I have used a number of these types of programs but gave them all up for Roboform about 7 years ago. It does exactly what it is supposed to do. I have never had an issue with it that wasn't my fault. Great software, great support (though they have no sense of humor whatsoever-dry as toast) and all I have to do is remember one single password. It is worth the $20 a year for that--to me. Just my personal opinion.


Reply   |   Comment by Mikey  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

I recently experienced a total crash of Windows XP and was compelled to reinstall the operating system and of course all programmes. Every programme from GAOTD that I had collected over time was of course lost. Some data were recoverable from the hard drive, and some had been backed up recently.

What I did not lose was my password functionality, courtesy of Dashlane (the free version), because everything was stored - I believe securely - in the Cloud. It was a simple matter to reinstall the programme and authenticate myself via email. I use Firefox.

Since installing it earlier this year, I have found Dashlane excellent and support Ashraf's recommendation.

Reply   |   Comment by Bruce  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Sorry but RoboForm may have been big at one time, and Last Pass may be popular now but my favorite is Dashlane, and it does sync with all my devices for FREE (my 2 laptops, cell phone, and tablet), unlike the person above who says otherwise.
You can upgrade to their premium service IF YOU WANNA, which has a bunch of other stuff you kind folks may like.


Reply   |   Comment by Richy  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

I prefer paying a one-time fee rather than an annual fee, and still be able to sync all of my devices. Thank you for the offer, but I will pass.

Reply   |   Comment by Elizabeth  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Have used Sticky Password for years, now. Used Roboform, years ago, but I now prefer Sticky Password. Runs rings around Roboform, as far as I, personally, am concerned. Each to his own preference....

Reply   |   Comment by Robert Rutter  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

used LastPass for years never had any issuse

Reply   |   Comment by Dr BoB  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

So, besides giving me 4 THUMBS DOWN for no reasons, did anyone try this free tool to see how it works with regard to ROBOFORM?


It uses 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm used for protection of classified information by the U.S. Government (so brute force attack is not possible)

If it works, then we won't need to buy any new ROBOFORM license once this GAOTD key stops working (namely in one year time).

This way I could even replace Sticky Password with this GAOTD (I'm not at home now, so can't try it on my own).

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)

I used Roboform for several years and consider it to be a well-regarded and useful password management tool. For a free year to try it out, this is a good deal if you are looking for an easy way to manage your online passwords. Note that the free version of Lastpass includes Adware, and the free version of Dashlane (as mentioned above) does not include sync options. These may be good alternatives if you try Roboform and don't like it.

As to the note about Siber Systems dropping their lifetime support, it is true, but the lifetime support option is rarely sustainable in the marketplace. Browsers are constantly changing, meaning that software that interfaces to those browsers must also change to keep up. They have to pay for that maintenance in some way. That's why LastPass and Dashlane both have "paid" products with additional features.

Reply   |   Comment by Doug  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I like how it fills in my credit card information. It is more than a password manager.

Reply   |   Comment by Les  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

Excellent program!
As an IT consultant and web developer, I have been using it for years and have been happily paying for this excellent tool.
I also use it to keep all plain text information organized, searchable, accessible and synchronized across all my devices and my wife's devices.
It is not perfect but they keep improving it.
It is one of the few programs I couldn't do without.
Highly recommended

Reply   |   Comment by Adventurer  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

OneNut said: If you use two PCs or more, all your passwords are SYNCED between your pcs, you never have to import/export ever again. This should not be an issue. If your on your work laptop and add a new password/profile/safe note, within a very short time (usually under a minute), your pc at home that’s connected to internet and turned on will automatically have it added to RoboForm.

My question: Does this mean that Robo saves all our private information on the web someplace? Can't figure out any other way for this to work. Doesn't sound safe to me. :-(

Reply   |   Comment by Marcy  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Two questions:

1. Can this be used for the portable version (connecting to RoboForm Everywhere)?

2. Can I use it to upgrade a paid RoboForm Everywhere account that expired a few weeks ago?

Reply   |   Comment by Warren Russell  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Hi Marco2,

For more information on RoboForm and the NSA, please view our blog post here: http://www.roboform.com/blog/roboform-and-the-nsa.


Reply   |   Comment by SiberSystems  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I have used Roboform since early on, Since version 4, and we are now somewhere in version 7. I am happy with it, and with its quality. The license for Version 7 will continue until version 8 comes out, which takes at least a few years. I also have Roboform to Go on my flash drive, and use that in libraries, and other computers as needed.

I do not use Roboform everywhere, both since I do not want to pay an annual fee, and like to keep my passwords and personal data as securely on my machine and USB drive as I can. Just my 2 cents.

Reply   |   Comment by Rick Siegert  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

RoboForm is an excellent password manager! I’ve been paying for and using RoboForm for at least 5 years, and can’t imagine living without it. Fantastic browser integration. This is the first time I've ever seen it for free!! I've been a GOTD follower for years as well, and this is hands down one of the best offerings they've ever had.

Reply   |   Comment by Ryan Springer  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)

I have used Robo for about 10 years it is easy to use and works well would reccomend BUT the help desk is poor I have only had to use it once hope I don't need it again but the product is good

Reply   |   Comment by Francis Graham  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I'm also an old lady and I've used Roboform almost from their inception. I have never worried about export before. I still don't see how to save it anyway other than html, which isn't easily read as a text file. I guess I knew I would be sticking with this program so backup was good enough for me. I was able to print to PDFill PDF. Their online manual doesn't even show how to export.

But now I have the Everywhere account. I love it! I can even access my passwords on my smart phone. Some of the apps ask for passwords. Since I use Roboform's password generator, all my passwords have small and capital letters, numbers and symbols. There is no way I could remember them to use on my smart phone. I only have to remember my master password.

It also syncs to my other computer. I used to have to back up to a thumb drive to transfer between the two. I've paid for Roboform for years and I will continue to do so.

Reply   |   Comment by Anita  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I try to avoid asking stupid questions, and I try to avoid phrasing my stupid questions poorly, but I'm sick, running on two hours sleep and can't quite help myself.

The license option page on RoboForm's website reads (emphasis added, mine): "When you get the RoboForm Everywhere license, the Desktop, Mac, and RoboForm2Go licenses are all included RoboForm Everywhere is our most inclusive and most popular license".

Are those standard licenses? I mean, if I purchase this or download it here, what happens if I fail to renew once the year is up? Do I still have a fully functioning version of RoboForm (just without the "everywhere" aspect?), unlimited (in terms of everything but the ability to update)?

Reply   |   Comment by Tracy  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
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