10 free ways to track all your passwords

Monday, 4 June 2007, 12:42 AM EST

With the proliferation of web services it feels like we’re always creating new accounts, each with a different username and password.

The easy options — using the same password each time or writing them down on paper or in a spreadsheet — aren’t exactly the most secure. In fact, security experts strongly warn against these options as they leave you vulnerable to online theft.

At Lifehack.

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