A good password manager can help you stay safe online by enabling you to use a different, randomized password of sufficient length for each of your user accounts. According to a study by Dashlane, the average internet user has over 150 online accounts, so a password manager is the only way that most people can hope to avoid reusing passwords. 

There’s no shortage of great paid password managers out there, which may make you wonder which one is right for you. In this article, we’ll have a look at the five most important things to consider before buying a password manager. 

1. Do I want my vault stored in the cloud or on my device? 



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