39 comments

  • Joe Day, 4 years ago

    1 Password

    26 points
    • Sander VisserSander Visser, 4 years ago

      secretly hopes OP doesn't assume we all literally use only 1 password

      5 points
    • Joe BlauJoe Blau, 4 years ago

      1 Password and the reason is because have 0 faith in any website to secure my password. I would rather give every site a random string of garbage that I can easily pull up on the computers I use as opposed to trying to remember different pass phrases for each site.

      I probably would have used Dashlane if it was available at the time since they have a few features that 1PW doesn't have yet, but I've already spent so much time in 1PW, it will take too much time to switch.

      • 1 Password for burner passwords
      • privacy.com for burner credit cards
      0 points
  • Zak ErvingZak Erving, 4 years ago

    Every site I go to I use a different password, and I use an algorithmic process specific to the site itself to mentally generate a new password. This ensures that I don't necessarily have to remember passwords, and can rely on figuring them out when I revisit each site.

    10 points
    • Todd SielingTodd Sieling, 4 years ago

      I do the exact same thing. It works well, though I've had site names that give the formula trouble and then use a common fallback.

      3 points
    • Brennan Smith, 4 years ago

      Rain Man?

      0 points
      • Zak ErvingZak Erving, 4 years ago

        Haha! Not really, though :P Like I said, I'm not actually memorizing things. I'm just using certain rules of perception to make login credentials, and keeping those rules consistent across all areas.

        0 points
  • Joshua TurnerJoshua Turner, 4 years ago

    Post-it notes

    7 points
  • Daniel MarquesDaniel Marques, 4 years ago

    Dashlane

    5 points
  • Evan PEvan P, 4 years ago

    Dashlane FTW.

    Not only does it have 1-click password changes and alerts when there are possible breeches, but it makes sharing credentials between family and friends dead simple without exposing the actual password to the other party.

    4 points
  • Eric BlattbergEric Blattberg, 4 years ago

    I use LastPass, which has worked pretty well for me both as a browser extension and a mobile app (particularly on my Nexus 9 tablet, which can autofill details across apps, less well on my iPhone)

    4 points
  • Daryl GinnDaryl Ginn, 4 years ago

    In my head.

    3 points
  • Jacob JJacob J, 4 years ago

    dashlane

    3 points
  • Blake SimkinsBlake Simkins, 4 years ago

    1Password

    3 points
  • Max LindMax Lind, 4 years ago

    Mainly 1Password here too... I end up using iCloud Keychain as well, but 1Password is much better as a catchall (passwords, accounts details, etc).

    3 points
  • Ron Burgandy, 4 years ago

    Just a bunch of shitty passwords I memorized. I know... it's not secure. Sue me.

    2 points
  • Jamie MartinJamie Martin, 4 years ago

    Dashlane has changed my life. I wish I could go back in time and convince myself to use it earlier.

    2 points
    • Emerson Dameron, 4 years ago

      Dashlane could hardly have been a better investment if it delivered free tacos.

      0 points
    • Gavin JonesGavin Jones, 4 years ago (edited 4 years ago )

      Does no one else on Dashlane have massive memory leak problems? It gets up to over 3gb in memory at times, serious pain in the ass. I love the product too much to bin in, but the memory problem really sucks

      Even started running an automated script to kill the process constantly..only way I can see to fix it

      Here's the script FWIW

      on idle tell application "System Events" set ProcessList to name of every process if "DashlanePluginService" is in ProcessList then set ThePID to unix id of process "DashlanePluginService" do shell script "kill -KILL " & ThePID end if end tell return 10 end idle

      0 points
  • Ernest Ojeh, 4 years ago

    Chrome Sync + Keychain

    2 points
  • Nick Dominguez, 4 years ago

    1Password

    2 points
  • Phil RauPhil Rau, 4 years ago

    I prefer LastPass, even though the design is not as good as 1Password, it is faster both on my phone and in the browser.

    1 point
  • Beth RBeth R, 4 years ago

    I use Last Pass and I absolutely love it. Way cheaper than 1Password and you don't have to pay for each new software upgrade.

    1 point
  • Dana (dmxt)Dana (dmxt), 4 years ago

    I'm only one? KeyPass.

    1 point
  • Michael RurkaMichael Rurka, 4 years ago

    memory ;(

    1 point
  • Mark Harvey, 4 years ago (edited 4 years ago )

    1Password for existing passwords. I'm pretty adamant about creating any new passwords

    https://medium.com/@markjharvey/no-new-passwords-33c3d2bdf8b4#.n1cvtfry0

    single sign on, be it facebook, twitter or sms verify is how I am looking to manage my passwords from now on

    0 points
  • Vincent Le MoignVincent Le Moign, 4 years ago

    1password

    0 points
  • Joe Wang, 4 years ago

    1 Password

    0 points
  • Ryan Boye, 4 years ago

    Lastpass

    0 points
  • Hideyuki MatsubaraHideyuki Matsubara, 4 years ago

    I put initial from my unforgettable sentence, and add an initial of the application after that. I believe this is the easiest way to make different password for each application.

    0 points
  • David SimpsonDavid Simpson, 4 years ago

    1password and me superbrains

    0 points
  • Drew McDonaldDrew McDonald, 4 years ago

    head

    0 points
  • Brian SheridanBrian Sheridan, 4 years ago

    i have a method for generating new passwords which is based on the site itself and the time of my registration on the site. Once I know when I first registered I can work out what password I used on the initial sign in. I then keep a spreadsheet with each new sign just in case I accidentally delete any of the emails. So far so good.

    0 points
  • Nathaniel PeralesNathaniel Perales, 4 years ago

    1Password in combo with iCloud Keychain.

    0 points
  • Matthew BlodeMatthew Blode, 4 years ago

    Last Pass is incredible! Free on the desktop. $12/year for premium. They were recently bought by LogMeIn and they have been revamping the design across all platforms.

    0 points
  • diego fernandezdiego fernandez, 4 years ago

    1Password for everything:

    • Personal
    • Family
    • Team
    0 points
  • Alex ChanAlex Chan, 4 years ago

    Echoing most people: 1Password

    • Lots of nice features compared to some built in options in most browsers and Apple's iCloud Keychain
    • Available on multiple platforms (I use it on OS X, iOS, and Windows)
    • Multi-vault support
    • Nice UI
    • Constant and consistent updates
    0 points
  • Connor NorvellConnor Norvell, 4 years ago

    1 More for 1Password. Ive used almost every app for password management but 1pass is my favorite by far.

    0 points