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Now everyone knows that you should have different passwords for all of your accounts and they shouldn't have an importance to you and should be complicated with numbers and capitals ect ect.

So how do you remember them? Do you use a program to store them, If so what one? Any free program's that do this? Do you just have a little memory trick?

Let me know!

asked Oct 03 '12 at 17:35

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KeePass. It is free and works on several platforms.

http://keepass.info/download.html

answered Oct 03 '12 at 22:36

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I use the same password for everything :) "abc123"

jk

I generate random passwords then rely on a password manager to remember them for me

answered Oct 04 '12 at 01:50

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What password manager do you use?

(Oct 05 '12 at 02:48) Zorbeen98 Zorbeen98's gravatar image

Just make the passwords something that would only make sense to you and you alone (example - your last name in reverse, your favorite video game character, your favorite day of the week)

answered Oct 05 '12 at 05:04

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I use Lastpass. It has a great free version and the pro version is only $1 a month. It works on all computers, browsers, and also has an app and bookmarklets. It also has great security features like restricting TOR logins, or restrict logins from specific countries as well as two factor authentication.

answered Oct 05 '12 at 10:56

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