Eric at on 15 Apr 2012 17:12:25 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Server credential storage best practices

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1password sounds interesting - BUT - I don't see a Linux version listed.
I did find this:
Not much help for me.  :-(

I use KeepassX - on Linux, Windows, and Mac and I can keep the encrypted
database file in my dropbox folder.


On 04/15/2012 06:21 PM, Doug Stewart wrote:
> For storage, I use a 1Password database stored on Dropbox. Credentials immediately synced across all my machines.
> -- Doug Stewart
> On Apr 15, 2012, at 5:50 PM, Fred Stluka <> wrote:
>> Paul,
>> Can't always count on every client being able to decrypt things, especially when you are bootstrapping a development environment for a new client, so I typically send username (and explanatory text) via e-mail and send the password via text message to their phone.
>> Sort of a poor man's multi-factor authentication.
>> --Fred ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Fred Stluka -- -- Bristle Software, Inc -- -- Glad to be of service! Open Source: Without walls and fences, we need no Windows or Gates. ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> On 4/15/12 5:34 PM, Paul Walker wrote:
>>> I work remotely for long and short term clients and find myself storing a lot of account credentials (server, website, and other more sensitive account information) on an osx laptop. I'm curious what strategies and practices people employ for protecting this sort of sensitive data. Is it paranoid to worry about transferring account credentials via Gmail? SMS? Storing with google docs?
>>> Any thoughts appreciated!
>>> Paul

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