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What do you use for storing passwords.
I'm looking for something in the cloud I can access from anywhere, securely.
FTP access to a TrueCrypt'd file?
You'd be as well just writing them down, ensuring they're not easily accessible. Unless you're a Russian spy, no one's going to be THAT thorough. Personally, I use a system, which I keep in my head.
hmmm, mono, don't want to sound bitchy, but why don't you store them in the most secure place ever.
under the mattress™
fuck all that shit, have one unique password.
I have literally hundreds to deal with. Some of which are generated with impossible to remember passwords. (It's a work thing rather than a home thing).
so you have access to users passwords?
Ideally, I'm looking for something like Keychain, but the ability to host on a server securely.
you shouldnt have access to users passwords, passwords should be encrypted, then having a recover password function for the user.
Store them in yr brain.
1Password + Dropbox?
Look into 1Password, I thing it has synchronizing options.
I have one format of password for stuff that deals with money and a quick and easy password for my email and internet accounts.
I've never had any trouble with this sort of system:
Gmail account password = g+password
QBN account password = q+password
Hotmail account password = h+password
It's easy to remember and means if one is compromised, there's a bit of effort to get the rest.
there are iphone apps for this
Cheers Ruffian, just the ticket.
I'm on the 1Password train, and I have the app for my iPod touch so I've always got my passwords synced and with me.
I use SplashID on my desktop / iPhone
Yay! Can I have a cookie?