How do you protect your password?


#1

Recently I heard that “Abine Blur Password Manager User Data Exposed Online” :flushed:

Which password manager do you trust and use?

  • Chrome/Firefox Browser Sync
  • LastPass
  • 1Password
  • Dashlane
  • I keep note in the Excel sheet
  • Others

0 voters

Poll Privacy: Private.

It’s critical to use two factor authentication at all major online accounts

and more…

Thanks & Regards,
Gulshan


#3

Anyone using a self-hosted password manager like Bitwarden?


#4

I’m using the inbuilt password manager of chrome and Firefox


#5

Chome Browser Sync + 2FA protection for Gmail.


#6

I have a set of 5 different combinations and 3 derivatives of those (inclusion/exclusion of special characters in a specific pattern)
I’ve enabled krypton U2F or Authy 2FA at every login or otherwise SMS based TOTP.

I don’t trust services like lastpass/dashlane as ultimately whatever I store ends up in their database and we all know that with the right skills any hacker can find a way around it.

I admit most of my passwords are throwaway and saved into Google Password Manager and Firefox Sync but there is always a Zero-Trust 2nd factor service set up to prevent any hacking.


#7

Bitwarden looks good but are there any direct competitors for evaluation?


#8

Great! We can add one more via Sync Passphrase option.