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[ale] How do you store your passwords?
- Subject: [ale] How do you store your passwords?
- From: james.sumners at gmail.com (James Sumners)
- Date: Thu Nov 8 23:09:46 2007
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
- References: <[email protected]>
I use Keychain on my PowerBook. It's encrypted and does all the work
for me (most of the time). There are plenty of Linux apps that do
comparable things. I believe I used GNOME's Keyring application in the
past. But I can't remember.
The encrypted text file on a memory stick sounds like a good solution too.
On 11/8/07, John Wells <jb at sourceillustrated.com> wrote:
> I have too many machines, with too many passwords, to keep track of. I'm
> looking for thoughts/best practices here. Do you maintain a notebook or use
> a program (preferable, yet scary). If you use a program, is any particular
> one considered to be best of breed compared to others?
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