How do you manage all your passwords? by QuestionGuy August 15, 2022, 8:45 pm How do you manage all your passwords? What do you think? 11 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMemanagepasswordsQuestion and Answer See more Previous article He has a nun fantasy Next article which celebrity death still upsets you? 34 Comments Leave a Reply I am good friends with the forgotten password button. Log in to Reply Cash manufacturing easy and fast strategy to figure partially time and procure further 15,000 or a lot of over this on the web.oip02 by operating in my time beyond regulation I created 17990 in my earlier month and I’m exceptionally cheerful currently as a results of this work. you’ll try this presently by follow subtleties here…… https://googleworksoffer96.blogspot.com/ Log in to Reply Bitwarden Log in to Reply Keepass Log in to Reply They are all the same. Log in to Reply I got a password manager. BitWarden is completely free, but I ended up subscribing to LastPass because it was just a little easier to use. Log in to Reply they are kept in a fireproof vault in my house Log in to Reply Dashlane. Log in to Reply I don’t. I keep making new ones. Log in to Reply i have the same password for literally everything Log in to Reply [deleted] Log in to Reply Forget them and as soon as I need them again, I create a new one Log in to Reply Boggles my mind some people still don’t use password managers. Log in to Reply For social account such as Facebook, Instagram, Discord, or Reddit, etc.): Google auto-save password is my best option. These passwords are somekind similar and easy for me to remember anyway. For bank account password: I had a written piece oc paper hidden in a folder in my closet. Other short password (phone, electronic door, those that include 4 to 6 numbers): choose a random band and set it to be one of their birthday. If you forget then u can try them all and find it eventually. Log in to Reply I forget them all Log in to Reply Bitwarden Log in to Reply Bitwarden Log in to Reply Pointing out something that people may not think about. –> Spouse died in January. I was surprised how many accounts were in Spouse’s name, some with two-factor authentication (2FA.) LPT #1: If you use a password manager, that info and master password needs to be kept safe, maybe with your will, passport, birth certificate, marriage license, divorce papers, etc. LPT #2: Do not deactivate a Spouse’s cell phone until you’re sure all the accounts linked to it are changed. I had begged Spouse to use a password manager. He was more comfortable with a piece of paper. Log in to Reply Generally just save them in my browser, and if its not in a browser then a little notebook. Log in to Reply Google password manager + Bitwarden Log in to Reply Apple. ​ If not, having a master password and then including diferences for each one. Easy for humans, not so easy for machines. Log in to Reply Writing everything in a handbook like a smart person Log in to Reply Poorly Log in to Reply I have a file called “passwords” Log in to Reply One BS password for all the BS, write down the rest. Log in to Reply I’m a chemist, and the IUPAC naming conventions have given me a pretty infinite number of number, comma, hyphen, and ridiculously spelled things. However, the IUPAC names of all chemicals are in a database, so a password of an IUPAC name could be dictionary attacked. So I misspell them, and capitalize letters that shouldn’t be capitalized. Example – 1-hydroxy-2,4,6-trinitrobenzene is picric acid, an explosive used in artillery shells in the world wars. That name could be dictionary attacked though, so I would use something like “1-hdXy-2,4,6-trIntrobeNzne.” Good look brute forcing that! Log in to Reply As a person with 38 emails for various reasons… a note book Log in to Reply ~forgot your password?~ Log in to Reply On a post it in full view of everyone. Is that not the best way to do it? Log in to Reply I’ve got a locked folder on my phone with all my passwords, and I keep a physical copy in a notebook in my safe that’s cemented into my shed floor, with the key stored in a different safe. There’s other important items/ documents in there, I didn’t just cement a safe into the floor of my shed for a notebook, but I thought it was a good place as any for it. Log in to Reply I write them down in code. Log in to Reply Nice try anonymous Log in to Reply make it something simple and use the same one everywhere lol Log in to Reply Words, not letters. 69?breadedviolentcellphone Easy to remember, but the length makes it harder to brute force blindly. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.