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What password manager do you use /g/ ?

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What password manager do you use /g/ ?
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my brain
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>>46831773
brain
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Lastpass, even gave em my money.
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lastpass. most convenient solution across all devices and it's almost free. I could use keepass, but I don't want to spend times on this shit just to save $1 a month.
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Synaptic connections inside my brain.
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piece of paper
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>>46831811
>>46831798
how do you manage to do that without reusing the same password?
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>>46831824
i can remember more than one thing at a time
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Keepass.
Keep a copy of the database with you and it's portable too.
I'm someone who would refuse to trust passwords to 'the cloud'.
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>>46831840
sure, but most people are registered to dozens of sites. either you're lying or you're reusing the same passwords.
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>>46831773

I tattoo all my password on my dog.
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I use my brain for system password and Blur (Firefox) for everything in the web except some personal things.
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keepass, but 99% of everything i use are all sharing the same 6 or so passwords that vary in strength
if it doesn't have my cards or something serious attached to it, fuck it
who cares if someone posts as me on disqus or rifles through my padherder
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>>46831773


KeePass 2
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my brain, all non repeating passwords.

I have a unique algorithm that I use to create a template and pattern that I base my passwords on.
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>>46831790
>>46831798
>>46831811
>>46831840
>>46831864
>>46832018
I'm having hard time restricting myself from posting le hat meme.
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>keepass
more like keep ass, lmao
fagtrons, the only save way to store your passwords is in your brain
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>>46832017
This.
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Sticky notes on monitor.
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>>46832066
then you must be retarded because that meme doesn't even make sense in that context.
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>>46832176
>>46832090
oh it does
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>>46831859
Usually I change the last and first letter according to something about the website
eg. github: GITxxxxxxxxHUB
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>>46831861
what if doge is kill?
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>>46832423
That's actually a good idea. Granted the middle password isn't compromised.
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Encrypted spreadsheet.
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>>46832423
>>46832517
>1 site gets their passwords stolen
>someone goes through the list
>sees the GITxxxxxxxxHUB password
>all sites compromised
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If I can login with Google or Facebook I always choose to do so. My passwords for those sites are complex and require two-step verification.

All others I just let Lastpass generate passwords for me.
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>>46832578
Then you sue the website for not hashing the passwords properly
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>>46832578
Nobody is ever going to read 10 million passwords looking for intuitive but not algorithmically identifiable passwords.
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>>46832655
>No one will ever build a script that goes through all the passwords for multiple permutations of the sitename
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>>46832578
>Granted the middle password isn't compromised.

I myself use a the same 4 passwords
-htimS1 (My last name backwards + 1)
-Password123 (I use this for throw away accounts or thise that I don't plan on using)
-Space9876
-5555555000000 (Old Highschool Student ID + Lunch Number, used in different variations)
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gmail
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>>46832680
searching arbitrary portions of a substring within 10 million hashed strings would take too long.
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>>46832655
git xxx hub was just an example, the actual mnemonics I use rarely match the exact name of the website, and github isn't one of them (it's git gud)
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>feeling the need to use more than one-two passwords with number/case variations
Literally why?
>ooh but they'll break my password
Never happened to me.
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Brain
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>>46832680
In that case you should get more creative
tig xxxxxx tig (backwards)
or even
x tig xxxx buh x

I myself don't care because I'm not a paranoid but I can see this working
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>any form of password-based verification
>secure

enjoy that false sense of security, faggots.
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>>46831773
notepad, shits free.
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Anyone here with OS X + Android combo using password manager? Do you copy password from mobile app and paste to Chrome or can it be done automatically?
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>>46832461
Genius anon
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>>46831861
>I tattoo all my password on my dog.
What if doge is wow?
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>>46833939
and non-encrypted unless you encrypt the text file itself but at that point you might as well install a manager
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>>46831773
My memory.
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>>46831773
Ginko Biloba
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