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  1. Dana Haynes January 25, 2014 at 11:31 am #

    Yep. There is way to organize our passwords in analog (paper) and on the computer. That is an excellent program for the PC. On the Mac, I think it would be an app called “OnePassword” which we will discuss.

    Thanks for your comment!

  2. Steve Byers January 24, 2014 at 10:25 pm #

    Hi Dana,
    I agree a large frustration for users is tracking passwords. We used to keep them in a excel spreadsheet. UNTIL one day I observed a colleague using a slick system. He whizzed in and out of his logged in websites almost faster than the eye could follow. He was using a program called KeePass. I have been very appreciative of it ever since. I keep over 700 unique entries in it. Its a database app of links to websites usernames and passwords and even has a comment field for those silly security question answers that one can hardly remember the answer. ?Did I put my home town as Pittsburgh or Upper St. Clair…. ugh?

    Steve
    http://www.ComputerSolutionsToday.com

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