What does /g/ use for password managers?
What do you guys think of Keepass?
Currently I save all of my shit to a passworded MS Access document which is on my dropbox, I believe it's time for me to change that.
I have a piece of paper with all my passwords next to me on the table.
Used to use Lastpass, then stopped. Considering using it again, because I am accumulating a large amount of passwords that need to be different and secure. I feel like Lastpass is the path of least resistance for this.
I use keepass; the advantage being you have a single encrypted fie which is easily ported from device to device.
I have slight concerns about the "all your eggs in one basket " aspect, like whats the point of maintaining different passwords for everything if they are all going to rely on a single password to encrypt them. But you can use a key file too, basically someone would have to totally compromise your system to get access to your password database, and if that happened you are fucked anyway.
So yeah keepass is pretty good. It's saved my assignment many times when I log into an important site I haven't used for a while, and can't remember the password.
Like a lot of people I have a single password I use for anything unimportant (like if I need to join a shitty forum to ask a question) if this were to get 'hacked' then nothing of value is lost.
Anything else gets a complex unique password that goes in keepass.
>like whats the point of maintaining different passwords for everything if they are all going to rely on a single password to encrypt them.
Because passwords can be lost through poor security on websites.
Your keepass password would only be lost if you use it somewhere else.
If one of your accounts gets compromised or the sites database gets dumped you don't have to worry about people being able to get into other accounts because they have different passwords, and you can just generate a new random one and store it.
> using anything you need a password to
stay backdoor'd plebs
>I save all of my shit to a passworded MS Access document which is on my dropbox
troll thread confirmed.
It's great because I can make randomly generated 90-char passwords, and never have to worry about actually typing it in since keepass will auto fill out forms.
The only passwords I remember are my main gmail account, and my bank account.
lastpass for my own stuff at home
keepass at work since we share
I'm going to shill in full force.