|Thomas Delrue on 7 Jan 2017 12:15:13 -0800|
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On 1/7/17 1:52 PM, Rich Freeman wrote:On Sat, Jan 7, 2017 at 7:54 AM, Andrew Libby <email@example.com> wrote:
This is precisely why I don't use any of those fancy password management
services. To my stuffs, you need to specifically attack me and break
the method I use to keep my passwords secure (gnupg). It's less
efficient than just clicking submit in a browser with a plugin that
manages it all.
Only semi-related to the topic here is that I gave up on remembering
passwords, but at least now I use super long (16 - 32 characters) and
every password I use is different and completely random. My experience
is that banks are the worst and reject much punctuation. Banks....
So, how do you manage logging into sites on your phone this way?
A good question - I don't. Frustrates me that I gotta type in my
password every time I go into my bank app, so I just do it all on
my PC. I like going to the bank and seeing the tellers for deposits
anyway. I'm old fashioned like that I guess.
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