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pats_lose

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Re: Which password manager is the safest and most trustworthy?

I find the password manager in my head is currently still safest and most trustworthy to date.



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said by pats_lose :

I find the password manager in my head is currently still safest and most trustworthy to date.

Keeping stuff in your head means you're almost certainly reusing passwords, which is far worse than picking a bad password.


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said by pats_lose :

I find the password manager in my head is currently still safest and most trustworthy to date.

You must have a great memory. I have over 90 passwords to various sites. All are randomly generated and different from site to site. I am happy to just remember the passwords to the 2 password tools I use.
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