Mitro Password Manager is a browser extension available for Firefox, Chrome and Safari web browsers. It lets you create and manage your online accounts easily. It also allows you to login automatically to to the various websites for which you have stored the passwords and other credentials. With an intent of taking over the user share of other popular password managers, it gives options to import password databases from other password managers like Lastpass, Keepass, Roboform and Passpack. It can even export its own password database in the CSV format, so that you can edit it in Microsoft Excel or import in any other password manager of your choice.
After the installation of the Mitro Firefox extension, the first thing it asks you is to create a new account at Mitro. During the account creation, you have to supply your email address and choose a secure password. You also have to verify the account using the message that is sent to your email address.
After Mitro extension is installed and you have logged in using your Mitro account, you can visit any website where you are supposed to login (for example, web mail sites, forums etc.), as you enter your credentials, Mitro information bar will show up and ask you whether you want to save these credentials in Mitro Password Manager. Choosing Save will save the credentials in the Mitro account at Mitro servers in the US.
Now you can click on the Mitro icon in the toolbar and view all the secrets (credentials or passwords) stored in your Mitro account. There is an option to create teams. Each team is like a different user with different credentials and access to different websites. So if more than one users access the same computer, then can use different teams so that they cannot access each other’s secrets.
In the same interface, you can manage the secrets or click on the Sign In button to take you to the login website where it can automatically fill the username and password fields for you through the yellow infobar on the top.
Mitro Password Manager also allows you to manually add the secrets if you want, but automatically adding them is much more easier and avoids any chance of mistyping the website URL. If you have used another password manager program before, then you can import the password database from them as well. It allows you to import the password database from LastPass, Keepass, Roboform and Passpack.
All the Mitro secrets are stored on the Mitro servers in USA, so if you want to keep a local copy of your secrets then you can export them through the Mitro Password Manager interface. It allows you to export the secrets in the CSV format which can also be used by the LastPass password manager.
Conclusion: Mitro password manager integrates well with the web browsers, stores the credentials securely in encrypted format, and lets you automatically login to the websites for which these credentials are stored. It is compatible with the password credentials databases from the LastPass, KeePass, Roboform and PassPack password managers.
You can download Mitro Password Manager from https://www.mitro.co/.