Do You Use A Password Manager?

Do You Use A Password Manager?

Security best practice is to create a unique, complex password for every service you use. Unless you only use a handful of services, that becomes burdensome pretty quickly. Some people settle for reusing their password (or creating weaker, but easier-to-remember passwords) while others use a password manager to help them keep track. How about you?

We talk about passwords a lot here on Lifehacker. Using strong, unique passwords is one of those bits of advice that are often given and seldom heeded. Part of the reason is that good passwords can be hard to remember. That’s where a password manager comes in handy — whether it’s a Lifehacker favourite such as LastPass or a newcomer like Dashlane. The best of them not only provide a secure place to record passwords, but also tools for generating them, auditing them, and even automatically signing in for you. So, how about you?

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