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As we sign on to more and more social networking services, maintaining all of the passwords can be a hassle. And some services have multiple logins (wink wink) and some require different types of passwords. It can be a pain. Clipperz hopes to bring peace and tranquility to this area.
Let me begin by saying I would never use a service like this for anything that includes personally identifyable information including banks, credit cards, mobile providers, etc. While Clipperz has, what appears to be, very intense security, I still have visions of the old days when services like this would be hacked and there went your information. Clipperz says they get around that by storing things locally. So what happens at a public terminal? I am not sure on that question.
With all of that said, Clipperz might be a perfect app for all of your social networking sites. Digg, Del.icio.us, Reddit, StumbleUpon, Facebook, etc. The service only works in Firefox and they offer a bookmarklet for easy Clipperz'ing.
So what do you think? Would you trust a service like this with your sensitive site logins/passwords? Side note… I found out about Clipperz on a new blog called KillerStartups.