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deiby says

LastPass all the way

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ElliotJackson says

No!

All my usernames are saved in Wallet and my passwords are generated by it too.

Beautiful UI and secure passwords, what more could you want?

Incase you’re wondering, this also uses 256-bit AES encryption ;)

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DoubleX says

Yes I Do, I have my own pc and passwords are locked with master password.

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kvendrik says

Nope, never if you do then that obviously means your password will be saved in you Google Chrome data. This also means that it can be viewed by people who have access to your computer. For example a hacker.

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uckhandla says

Same as ElliotJackson.

All my usernames, password, signup details are saved in KeePass and my passwords are generated by it.

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Pricop says

Yes, on Google chrome – but only on my personal computer where I’m the only user, I don’t trust anyone else, including my mother, brother, dog, etc.

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Joost Volunteer moderator says

Yeah, but my computer itself is locked and the combination of PwdHash (definitely recommending this one!) and the Firefox master password makes me feel secure enough. ;) Furthermore, stuff like my banking password or login to governmental websites is not stored.

Storing passwords is quite a bit of security in itself, though: if you ever get a keylogger, you won’t ever be typing your passwords as they are already stored in your browser, rendering the log file useless! :P Still, don’t be a fool and at least give it some thought.

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