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Ditch the Paper and Pen for Storing Passwords

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 12   |   Comments: 0

If you are like me you have more then 10 passwords maybe 20. And where are they? On a piece of scrap paper or if you are lucky on a notepad. First of this is a pain to go get when you need to login in with a password. 2nd this is not very secure. 3rd plain old 1990's style. Solution.

I went to staples and purchased a 2 gig usb mini drive about the size of a cigarette lighter that hooks on my key chain etc. Cost me $20. I got all my scrap passwords together entered them into word. Then saved them to the drive. For security i set the drive with a password on i could remember. And stuck it on my key chain.

This is so more convenient and you have your passwords in case you are on the road. If you want even more security and not have to remember a password to access a drive. They offer a model with a finger print reader on it to gain access to your files. Very James Bond.

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