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Brugui
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Best password manager?
I usually use the post-it-jutsu art to save my passwords.

But I think that when you have too much passwords, there should be a better way to store your info.

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  • 2
    Lastpass!
  • 4
    For something as important as passwords I would only suggest open source! So no lastpass, no 1password, no enpass and so forth. Use keepasXC. The XC ist important ;)
  • 2
    I would also suggest KeePass. Got audited recently.
  • 1
    How about android-wise?
  • 4
    I usually use my brain.
  • 0
    Just make your own. With hardcoded string.

    currenttext = edittext1.getText().toString();
    if (currenttext == "password")
    {
    //move to next screen
    } else
    throw new BadArgumentException();
  • 1
    KeePassXC for that sweet sweet autocomplete
  • 5
    Bitwarden
  • 0
    I just use pass with it pushed to a private git repo
  • 1
    @whatevel For android I use Keepass2android
  • 1
    Want a laugh? Get RememBear.
  • 1
    A wild question : Are password managers trust worthy to give them all your passwords ?
  • 0
    I use 1password and am happy with them.

    They detail their process and have regular audits which is enough.

    If you are more of a tin foil hat, paranoid beyond comprehension kind of person then you are better off with open source.
  • 0
    I‘m also really happy with 1Password
  • 0
    Why so many passwords?
    I only have 3, with variations at the end...
    Worst case, I'm hit the third time...
    Oh, and none is a true word, so no dictionary brute force :p
  • 2
    Got a password for every site in my head. I use the context for why I needed the account to build a nonsense sentence and using a number of specific letters of every word in the sentence.

    Example:

    IhateRidingTheTrainWhenPeopleAreIllSoIUseDevRantAsImmunityBoost
    =
    IheRgTeTnWnPeAeIlSIUeDtAIyBt

    (Normally I don't build 'em that long)
  • 1
    Ok this might be ironic. But please listen to @theNSA . Bitwarden is the way to go.
  • 0
    @irene think he meant jitsu 🤔 like Ninja.
  • 2
    @loebkes What if you need to meet a requirement like special characters?
  • 0
    @irene The hability to write every password on a post-it and hide them under your keyboard
  • 0
    @filthyranter Yeah, I actually use my brain too. But it isn't gonna work forever
  • 0
    @haithamSboui Look at
    @m4lik answer. As long as you can see the code of the open-source password managers. You can determine by yourself if it's worth
  • 0
    @CurseMeSlowly exactly hahahaha, I can't edit it :'(
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