1. The website form filling functionality in RoboForm is best in class. The software automates filling your personal data such as login information in to web forms. I have tried many password manager applications and the form filling in those other applications always left something to be desired. The ability for the password to match to the URL of the website works flawlessly the majority of the time.
2. The ability to use the online version and the offline version on the PC as well as on mobile devices including Android, and Apple iOS devices is very convenient.
3. New Passcards and bookmarks are automatically synced to the cloud by default.
4. I like how RoboForm supports two-factor authentication, the ability to securely share logins via e-mail, and it contains one of the best password strength assessment tools.
5. It has one of the better secure password generator tools integrated in to the browser plug-in and the desktop client interface as well as in the mobile clients.
6. Once your credentials are stored in the cloud the Security Center feature identifies weak and duplicate passwords.
7. The latest versions support digital inheritance, named Emergency Access, which allows you to set up the program so that an heir of yours can get access to your data if need be. If your emergency contact requests access to your account, you get emailed. If the owner of the account is still alive you can disable access to that emergency contact or if the time out expires your emergency contact gets full access to the account data.
8. Secure sharing can be utilized to send or share a RoboForm passcard entry to someone else. Both options require you to enter the recipients email address. If the share option is utilized then any changes to that shared passcard are synced to the recipient (the person you shared to via email). If you use the send option changes do not sync.
9. I liked the Free edition supports Unlimited logins, some competing products limit the amount of logins that can be stored. For hardened devices such as servers I like that I can install the free or professional version and the passcards are stored locally on the device, if cloud is required then it can be licensed easily to support the professional features. The passcard information is stored locally on the computer device so if there is a loss of internet connection the passcard information is still usable, it just won't be synced until the internet connection resumes.
10. The software feels very fast, after having the software for 5 years and upgrading over time it feels just about as fast as it did originally and more features have been added since ownership, so that is impressive. The client is fast and the web browser plugins, for most browsers, are easily added and do not slow down the web browser in most cases.
1. The password generator default settings are not optimal as they are not secure, so they have to be changed, once they are changed however the settings stay in place for future secure password generations.
2. The price has increased over time as more features have been added.
3. The software can seam a bit bloated compared to some of the competitors. Some environments and end users do not need all of the features but the features are always there in the interface and cannot be disabled as to not be displayed, leading to the feeling that the software is bloated.
4. The web form entry save function is not perfect and can be improved with better logic. Likewise, the website form filling functionality is not perfect and could be improved.
5. The web browser plug-ins can break if Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox web browsers for PC are upgraded (and most browsers nowadays do update automatically). It is fairly easy to figure out that RoboForm needs to be updated in order for the web browser plug-in updates to be implemented properly and then the web browser pick up the updated plugin, but the process could be more seamless to handle updating itself when the web browser is updated and the existing RoboForm plugin detects that it is not working or has broken.
1. Increased productivity in case of passwords being forgotten or access denied from incorrect password entry attempts.
2. It has reduced the effect of requiring password resets by Administrators due to users forgetting their passwords.
3. Reduces the risk of potential security breaches as passwords are stored encrypted and do not need to be "written down" as most secure / long passwords would need to be. Outside dictionary style password attacks are basically thwarted if long and secure passwords are generated and utilized by passcards.
4. The form filling feature helps save employee time trying to guess the right password. Minimizes the chance that employees will use non-secure passwords or the same password repeated over many websites or applications.