Password Managers

Joshua Sanders
Joshua Sanders

- Do you use a password manager?
- Which one?
- Are password managers a meme?

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Logan Mitchell
Logan Mitchell

lastpass

Andrew Lee
Andrew Lee

pasd

Adam Stewart
Adam Stewart

I use a series on numbers and symbols, then a word specific to the website that I use, then another series of numbers and symbols

This leads to 1) no two passwords the same, and
2) memorability

Owen Martinez
Owen Martinez

i just set enable to "allow blank password" in group policy

Aaron Baker
Aaron Baker

Just write them on a file and encrypt it, anything more than that is bloat and botnet. Only retards use password managers.

Jeremiah Rivera
Jeremiah Rivera

you mean zx2c4 pass?

Ayden Morgan
Ayden Morgan

what is convenience
when did Cred Forums get to this level of autism

Josiah Parker
Josiah Parker

I use lastpass for shitty websites that I don't give a shit about because it's easy to just click "generate" and not give a fuck if I ever lose access to the shit.

But anything that has my real name(which is pretty much anything that needs to be connected to payment) I use a different password manager.
2 pieces of paper and a pen.
1 in my safe in case a fire happens, the other on my desk while I'm at home. And beneath the lose board right next to my desk when I'm away.

David Myers
David Myers

I use my own

Jose Fisher
Jose Fisher

convenience

Something that my way has and your hasn't. I bet the whole 15 seconds it takes me to access all my passwords is less than what it takes for you to launch the bloatware and look for the one password you need among all the bloatware functions.

Bentley Baker
Bentley Baker

- Do you use a password manager?
Yes
- Which one?
Google Chrome's sync thingamanjingy. The botnet has arseimilated me
- Are password managers a meme?
Not if done correctly. Chrome's isn't.

William Diaz
William Diaz

Brain.db

Jacob Stewart
Jacob Stewart

2 seconds to login with my master password and select profile.
Then all web forms instantly filled.

Wyatt Reyes
Wyatt Reyes

Keepass
And just before yesterday I migrated to lastpass.

Jose Diaz
Jose Diaz

why switch? isn't lastpass proprietary?

Austin Barnes
Austin Barnes

You know how bitcoin wallets generate 12 random words?
Is there a password keeper that can do that but only 4 words for me?

Alexander Powell
Alexander Powell

I use pic related.

Austin Green
Austin Green

Yeah, and cloud too.
But, I got tired everytime I want to make new password account, I have to go in the sync process between my devices which is pain in the ass for keepass.

Evan Bennett
Evan Bennett

keepass for me.
I also use the generator to make answers to 'what is your mother's maiden name'

Ayden Scott
Ayden Scott

Keepass with password as well as external keyfile on an sd card.

Angel Martinez
Angel Martinez

LastPass.

It's much quicker to generate passwords, login, sync etc. and it also has some neat features like holistically judging how good your passwords are and telling you which ones to change. Only disadvantage is that it's not transparent (open source), but I trust them for the most part

Grayson Thomas
Grayson Thomas

I used Lastpass but then I forgot the master pw and had to start from scratch. I still don't know how to log into many of my accounts. I write them down in a physical notebook now.

Brandon Roberts
Brandon Roberts

SD CARD suddenly damage
Kys

Adrian Brown
Adrian Brown

implying i don't keep backups

Hunter Young
Hunter Young

I don't trust neither
Thats why all my important accounts, I have 2FA enabled.

Ayden Carter
Ayden Carter

Same. 2FA is a godsend.

Jace Torres
Jace Torres

Then your whole process is useless.

Benjamin Evans
Benjamin Evans

On a notebook.

Seriously. 20 character passwords written on a single secure notebook and well locked place is perfect imo.

Kayden Russell
Kayden Russell

My dropbox is created before 2012 and I'm sure it is comprised at this stage as it request a pass reset when I try to logon through the website.
I didn't give a fuck simply because the 2FA is enabled.

Ayden Walker
Ayden Walker

I save them on a wordpress blog so I can always access them wherever there is internet access.

Robert Diaz
Robert Diaz

The point is that if my computer was remotely hacked they wouldn't be able to access the database. If someone broke into my house I'd be screwed no matter what.

Nathaniel Davis
Nathaniel Davis

I use Keepass and have the database file sync'd with MEGA.

Isaiah Butler
Isaiah Butler

What if.. you were opening the keepass when your computer remotely hacked?

Blake Evans
Blake Evans

Create your own password schema and instead of writing down or memorizing passwords, just memorize the schema.

For EXAMPLE,

1. Write vowels as numbers, (a,e,i,o,u) = (1,2,3,4,5)
2. Hold down shift for the first vowel
3. Hold down shift for the first non vowel/number
4. Pad the end with the year Hitler was born

Cred Forums = 4Ch!n1889
google = G$4gl31889
redtube = [email protected]
chaturbate = Ch!t5rb1t21889

A unique password for every website.

If you get one of those fucked up websites that makes you change your password every month and you can't use the previous 5 or so passwords, just add the month at the end.

hillaryemail = H#ll1ry2m13l1889sep
hillaryemail = H#ll1ry2m13l1889oct
hillaryemail = H#ll1ry2m13l1889nov

Aiden James
Aiden James

Keychain, you mong. why would you need anything else? do you like security breaches? is your data and privacy that unimportant

Bentley Walker
Bentley Walker

Then I'd have to be dumb enough to get it hacked in the first place

Jaxon Miller
Jaxon Miller

I use dropbox for that

Josiah Scott
Josiah Scott

Where do you write down your passwords

I don't.

youtube.com/watch?v=lc7scxvKQOo

Brody Fisher
Brody Fisher

Exactly.
So it doesn't matter whether you use keepass/etc at this point.

Adrian Kelly
Adrian Kelly

Yeah, I use a text book.

Hunter Anderson
Hunter Anderson

writing your passwords down
he doesn't know john mcaffee's primary method of hacking is to break into your house and find your passwords (and kill you)

Carter Green
Carter Green

Keychain

Matthew Hughes
Matthew Hughes

Didn't MEGA get sold to the Chinese?

Jaxon Carter
Jaxon Carter

67% JavaScript
into the trash it goes

Sebastian Ramirez
Sebastian Ramirez

Yes, enpass, yes

Robert Gomez
Robert Gomez

The very definition of botnet.

Samuel Turner
Samuel Turner

Do you use a password manager?
Yes
Which one?
KeePassX
Are password managers a meme?
Not really, until something like Yubikey becomes a thing

I keep hearing about this "method" a lot but it is almost as bad as using same password everywhere
If someone figures out your schema, especially if it's a simple one, EVERY password you have is compromised

Jayden Peterson
Jayden Peterson

nice thread, shill. I'll check it out. This needs a linux version if it has the bare functionality that keepass has.
how's autotype on windows?

Cooper Price
Cooper Price

Not using Dashlane
kek

Kevin Clark
Kevin Clark

Chrome integrated password manager

Austin Gomez
Austin Gomez

hahaha cucks, you really don't care about privacy, don't you?

Liam Rivera
Liam Rivera

Yeah I have it written down on a piece of paper

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