At 11:57 AM -0500 12/29/10, Omega -1911 wrote:
Why not store passwords inside of programs like "snow"?
Maybe yellow snow, but never in something permanent.
My advice -- memorize your passwords -- don't commit them to storage.
I have a list of passwords committed to memory that fall into three
groups (i.e., high, medium, and low security).
1. Bank accounts and financial data is high.
2. Mailing list and non-financial organizations (web sites) are medium.
3. Everything else is low.
If I should die, my family knows where my important accounts are and
will have the legal authority to access those. Everything else, like
my contribution to mankind, will pass without fanfare and fade within
a couple of hours.
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