Originally Posted by .:hybrid:.
I use Lastpass, with 128000 Password Iterations + long master password. If Lastpass server gets hacked, no way they are going to be able to decrypt my file.
My email and paypal are not saved in lastpass, but committed to memory
To store all my passwords I use this:
To get a new password:
(I use 15 length and all the options I can if the website will allow it.)
There would be 0 chance a hacker would even guess this password locally, much less use it to get into the account online.
I have nearly every website (around 30-40) with a login, with a password like above, and all different.
So even if they managed the impossible and guessed one, it would not give them anymore access.
I have one password to gain access to my lastpass account. Unique password that I can remember well.
That's all i need to know. The rest is given to me whenever I visit a website.
Nothing is stored locally, so a "virus" or "hacker" is valueless.Edited by kennyparker1337 - 2/10/13 at 5:45am