In his latest blog post, TR`s Cyril Kowaliski talks about password management software: Until the Heartbleed fiasco, I`d been using a mish-mash of alphanumeric passwords and passphrases, all stored safely in my noggin. I wasn`t nearly as diligent as I ought to have been about freshening them up, but that never got me into trouble. I made sure to use long, difficult-to-crack passwords with double-digit character counts, and I tried not to use the same ones for different services. That all fell apart when I was faced with the daunting task of conjuring upand then memorizinga cornucopia of new passwords for a large and growing list of services. My friends and colleagues suggested password-management software, and I could think of no better alternative."
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