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User Info: Axeof_WoeK

Axeof_WoeK
4 weeks ago#1
Your preferred password manager? - Results (192 votes)
Dashlane
0.52% (1 vote)
1
LastPass
13.54% (26 votes)
26
1Password
2.08% (4 votes)
4
Bitwarden
1.56% (3 votes)
3
Other local storage only manager
10.42% (20 votes)
20
Other cloud based manager
4.17% (8 votes)
8
Pen and Paper
21.35% (41 votes)
41
Memory
46.35% (89 votes)
89
This poll is now closed.
I'm getting tired of writing them down in a notebook personally and should probably set up one for my parents...

User Info: WoodenRook

WoodenRook
4 weeks ago#2
Excel Spreadsheet
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User Info: Orestes417

Orestes417
4 weeks ago#3
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User Info: pipebomb_phil

pipebomb_phil
4 weeks ago#4
It's hard for me to keep track of all my passwords.

I don't trust password managers though. :/
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User Info: WoodenRook

WoodenRook
4 weeks ago#5
I use Chrome too. Not just a spreadsheet. I have all my passwords saved as I log in to sites. Been hacked 0 times.

I use a different password on every site.
I never use real dictionary words or common names.
I use at least 3 special character, capital letter, and a number.
I never log into websites that aren't https or don't have the secure icon.
If a site has a second layer authentication, I use it. Like texting me a code or an app with a code generator.
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User Info: Axeof_WoeK

Axeof_WoeK
4 weeks ago#6
WoodenRook posted...
Excel Spreadsheet


As someone who writes down passwords this is tempting but I saw someone get dogpiled for it because allegedly it was easy to crack.

I would assume managers with long randomly generated passwords have a way to get around a quick and dirty copy/paste step since iirc the windows clipboard is vulnerable. I use sentences so while I'll forget them if I'm not using them frequently theyre easy enough to type once I check.

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Blue_Thunder
4 weeks ago#7
Firefox.
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ryouma17
4 weeks ago#8
i use the power of my brain
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strat10
4 weeks ago#9
Memory for quick access
Excel
Bitwarden as experimental and it's free
Paper and USB sticks for physical backups
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User Info: Orestes417

Orestes417
4 weeks ago#10
Axeof_WoeK posted...
As someone who writes down passwords this is tempting but I saw someone get dogpiled for it because allegedly it was easy to crack.


Depends on where/how you store it. I mean if you've got a file called Look at my passwords ya'll stored unencrypted on your phone which you have a habit of leaving unlocked and unattended then yeah, it's not secure at all. If you say... store in in an encrypted volume that no one would even know is there on your home desktop it's much more secure.
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