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    Passwords:keeping track

    There are some clever guys here so thought I would ask this question. I just heard about this heartbleed bug and it's recommended to change your all of your passwords now

    How do people remember all of their passwords these days? Postits? Spreadsheet? Or one of these online password managers.

    I heard keepsake.info is a free password manager? Anyone have any experience with it?
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    I just look down at my keyboard and find the letter q. From there its easy because I just go from right to left right across the keyboard.

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    I've always had good luck with this site


    http://passcentral.com/

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    http://www.keepass.info/

    The best password database program imo, it has a password generator so you can input the variables, i.e. 20 characters, letters, numbers, capital letters, special symbols and such and create passwords to your hearts content. The nice thing for this whole heartbleed brewhaha is you can copy your login info, then change passwords in the copy and derive your new password from the previously used one so it will keep the same variables for each site.

    Also I wouldn't change any passwords until you know for sure they have fixed the heartbleed bug. An easy way to check is to use this site: https://filippo.io/Heartbleed/#

     
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    Also in regards to Keepass (and any other pw database program, really) it is really simple to back up the database to flash drives and such so you don't lose your motherfucking passwords when your hard drive fails. All hard drives will fail, it is a matter of when not if so if you are prepared for it and adjust accordingly you will not have massive problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nunbeater View Post
    http://www.keepass.info/

    The best password database program imo, it has a password generator so you can input the variables, i.e. 20 characters, letters, numbers, capital letters, special symbols and such and create passwords to your hearts content. The nice thing for this whole heartbleed brewhaha is you can copy your login info, then change passwords in the copy and derive your new password from the previously used one so it will keep the same variables for each site.

    Also I wouldn't change any passwords until you know for sure they have fixed the heartbleed bug. An easy way to check is to use this site: https://filippo.io/Heartbleed/#
    Thanks for the info. That is one I will def look into.
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