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    Re: best password manager?

    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieRoy View Post
    I use my brain - for every on-line password I use a simple three part password where one part is standard (and alphanumeric capital/lower case) and the other two parts are worked out using a couple of rules applied to the website URL in question. That way I can remember all passwords without too much effort, and all my passwords are different and sufficiently complex.
    The huge flaw in that is as soon as someone has one of your passwords and know the site it came from,
    they can see your formula and then they have ALL your passwords

    [ah - ancient thread]


    As for choice of manager, I use LastPass for simplicity.

    My experience with KeePass was that while good to take control of your own pwd storage, ended up being messy.
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    Re: best password manager?

    I would say Keepass with google drive or onedrive, you have several plugins for the different browser, and several android app with drive support.

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    Re: best password manager?

    Rebumping this after most recent leak. I use lastpass, so it was fairly trivial to generate a new one.

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    Re: best password manager?

    My favorite is 1Password because it can sync across different devices.

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    Re: best password manager?

    your brain and a pen and paper is ur best password manager

    I keep a note book in the house with all that info:

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    Re: best password manager?

    Quote Originally Posted by tomthum View Post
    pen and paper
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    Re: best password manager?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kunkzi View Post
    My favorite is 1Password because it can sync across different devices.
    I agreed on this.

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    Re: best password manager?

    I like LastPass because it has device level encryption and 2FA. Also, it is available on Windows, MAC, has mobile apps, browsers extensions etc.

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