myVidoop going away – BUT you can SAVE your passwords!

By the Crick

I’ve been a raving fan of a little known product called myVidoop for years.  myVidoop is a plug-in for your browser that captures, encrypts, and stores your login credentials in the cloud.  It then fills in log-in information automatically.

myVidoop was founded in March of 2006 by Joel Norvell and Luke Sontag. The application was intended to make life more convenient for internet users juggling multiple usernames and passwords.  At the time, a cloud-based password manager was pretty novel and just the thing for business people using multiple computers as it kept track of passwords across home and office desktops and laptops.

Long story shortened, myVidoop is shutting down permanently on January 31, 2013.Screen Shot 2013-01-24 at 11.19.01 AM

Thankfully, there is a way to salvage your log-in credentials and use them with the modern service, Dashlane.

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