We tear down some infosec conventional wisdom—there's a lot of bad advice out there.

If you use Firefox, password manager stores its data encrypted (not in plain text). You can also turn on the master password requirement if you like.

1urte bat

Same in all other browsers, in Windows it’s encrypted anyway in a second keyring, but the lack is, that, when they create a random password, you can’t recover it in case of lost or the HD/PC goes to Valhalla. Same with all other password Manager (I know) Better and more secure to trust in a simple papernote or in your memory.

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