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Keeping Track of Passwords

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How do you keep track of your growing number of online passwords? Some people choose to use password management software. There are a variety of options which can be found by a simple Internet search. Other approaches mix the need for security and the reality of personal memory overload with a bit of creativity. Examples include:
  • Create a password-protected spreadsheet to record user names, Web sites and passwords. Or, create levels of passwords – level 1, level 2, level 3, etc. – and instead of recording the actual password in your spreadsheet, record the level… that is, assuming you can remember the password, once you remember the level.
  • Create a text document with an unrelated name, have five pages of unrelated information at the start of the document, then on the sixth page, record passwords, user names and Web sites. As an added security measure, you can use the font feature to make this text white against a white background, or click the option for “hidden text.”
  • Instead of saving the spreadsheet or document on your computer, save it on a removable storage device, such as a memory stick, and keep the device with other important papers.
  • Maintain a notebook and keep it in a locked drawer.
 

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