A better way to think about passwords

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at kde.org
Sun Apr 24 18:47:40 CEST 2011

On Sunday 24 April 2011, Faramir wrote:
> El 21-04-2011 10:20, Jean-David Beyer escribió:
> ...
> > to remember them all in any case. Even if I could remember them, I
> > could not even remember what login to use on each machine, and
> > which password went with which login so I did write them down and
> > to hell with the management rules.
>   You can store them in a password manager, it's more secure than a
> txt file or a post-it on the screen.

That's not true. A Post-It is much more secure if you do not have to 
keep the password secret from people who have physical access to your 
computer. For most home users this should be the case.

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