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    Another Roboform question

    A question for Roboform users:

    Is there an easy way to have all my saved Robofrom passwords 'analyzed" so that I could see how many duplicates (or more) that I have? I have too many to manually check them out.

    Thanks for your help,
    Dick

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    There doesn't seem to be an easy way. I'd export the data - description and password only - to CSV and then sort in a spreadsheet.

    cheers, Paul

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    I use LastPass which has an export to 'csv' feature either encrypted or not, in unencrypted form it can be brought into Excel for analysis.
    RoboForm should have something similar.
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