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[ale] How do you store your passwords?



You could store the OS in a disk image and use Qemu to boot it. So,
you could store the encrypted text file, the disk image, and the
Windows port of Qemu on the memory stick. That way, whenever you are
on a machine with GPG installed you can directly read the text file;
otherwise, you can boot the Linux system with Qemu and then read the
text file.

Virtual machines to the rescue! :)

On 11/9/07, Nick Ali <nali at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> This is interesting. How would this work though? If I need the
> passwords to access something on machine Foo, I need to boot off the
> usb stick, get the password, and then boot back into machine Foo?
>
> nick


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