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I also use KeePass and I keep all my passwords in it, and on most sites I let it generate the passwords. If you use a strong master password, most password manager databases are considered uncrackable or very hard to crack.

Alas, right now my easiest to crack passwords are for the financial sites, and the strongest are on chat boards, probably just the opposite of what they should be. But the password for the email account that is set up for "lost password" email address for those sites is pretty secure.

I used to use Roboform, but a few years ago we had an incompatibility between Roboform and Oracle Forms (which is what the business software the community college uses was written in), so we switched to KeePass and haven't looked back.
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