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I'm in the "old fashioned" camp too.
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O.T. Password Managers ()

Mike Circo
But some technology.

I use a free application called "Password Gorilla". I got it initially because it had both Windows and Linux applications so I could use a common database from all three of my systems.

The database is encrypted and passkey protected. The program allows you to cut and past the site url, ID, and password as you need. you can link it to a browser and it will bring up the site.

Yes it is a manual password manager. YOu have to create a record with the name of the site, the ID and password. But since you can just cut and paste all the info, you can make complex (safer) passwords because you don't have to remember them.

Works great for me. But everyone is different.

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