I’ve come across a web-based service called Clipperz that may at first glance seem just a password manager, but the service can be as broad as any user wants it to be.
Third, some minor concerns. Encryption is only as strong as the protocols used: stronger passphrases are harder to break than weak ones. I’m also not keen on the idea of storing PINs, account passwords, and information best not shared with the world on someone else’s servers; Clipperz does have an offline copy, which basically dumps what they have in your account down to your computer. The offline copy can’t be modified; modifications are online. And since it’s encrypted, the offline copy is only accessible by passphrase.
This could be a solution for people who use multiple computers and are concerned about the security of data they need to access and store online.
Coming soon: a review of PassPack, a competing service to Clipperz.