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[ale] How do you store your passwords?



On Fri, 2007-11-09 at 10:40 -0500, Scott Castaline wrote:
> Geoffrey wrote:
> > John Wells wrote:
> >> Guys,
> >>
> >> 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?
> >
> > I actually keep them gpg encrypted on my treo.
> >
> > Other possibilities that come to mind...
> >
> > sticky note on my monitor?
> >
> > I don't have to remember them, they're all the same and it's letmein.
> >
> > tatooed backwards to my forehead.  That way I can read them in a 
> > mirror.  Security by obscurity.  Just don't tailgate anyone, they 
> > might read your passwords.  Problem is, I've got so many of them, 
> > they're running down onto my eyelid and that makes it terribly hard to 
> > get to..
> >
> Actually if you used your belly, the older you get and the more pizza 
> and beer you consume, the more room you have for new passwords.

Works until they "roll over".

eeww!


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