What do you like best?
This one doesn't save your passwords on a server somewhere waiting to be hacked. In face this program doesn't save your passwords at all! It's totally new approach to password management. It creates new password for every site you wish, using your full name, the site's name and a master password. You then change the password on the site to this new generated password string and optionally choose to save to password in the browser. When you later need to login again, you run Master Password again again with the same full name, site name and master password to view that site's password string. A really cool fresh approach to password management which I like a lot!
Security wise I think this is the most secure way of managing passwords I've ever seen so far.
What do you dislike?
I guess it can be a bit cumbersome to use if you choose not save the passwords in your browser since the generated passwords are not easy to remember. You could choose to generate shorter password tough that would be possible to remember so I guess it's possible. Anyway, I really like this whole new thinking to passwords, but as I said I guess it could get cumbersome to use if you don't choose to save the passwords in the browser since you otherwise will have to run the program every time to view your password.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Take your time to get to know the software and read up on how it's working before implementing it. This is an entirely new way of dealing with passwords. It's not a regular password manager or password vault or anything like that. It generates new passwords for you to use, and those passwords aren't something you easily remember. So read up before you use it, or before you dismiss it. It's a really cool piece of software.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Finally a really secure way of managing passwords, since all my sites and servers can now get new, fresh and more complex passwords than ever before. They are not saved anywhere either, so no risk of getting hacked. And as a company you really do need to keep your stuff safe!