I’m using KeePass, really nice and free software.
best password manager is the brains
I had this confidence for almost 5 years – things went good too.
But later when I realized that sometimes I had to login somewhere only after long gaps (6 months to 2 years later etc), its not easy to remember, so decided to take paper prints.
I observed one interesting thing. If we remember around 6 to 10 passwords and in case we forget one of them and try to get it from our brain, few other passwords in our memory scrambles! I mean the ones that we didn’t use for long time are scrambled due to frequent search!
I just use my head. I have a kind of cipher though, so even if I’ve forgotten the actual password, I can remember it based on criteria of the site. So it’ll be a certain word based on something to do with the site, followed by a number based on something else and then a single letter at the end that’s based on something else. All I have to remember is the cipher, rather than the actual passwords. I’m not just a breathtakingly pretty face!
Currently using 1Password for Mac. It gets the job done. Outstanding app.
I won’t ever use any software to store my passwords as it can be lost or hacked as well.
The best way to store it is with a paper and pencil near my personal PC or stored in safe if needed.
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