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The alternative is to have different, complicated passwords for each website. And to write them down in several locations so that someone can easily take the information and impersonate you.

I'm currently dealing with a computer system that pointsm with pride at their compulsory security. Each of several stages requires different user names and complicated passwords and such, and the result is that the system borders on being unusable AND I have several different places that I record all the gibberish so that someone else can easily steal it and use it.

Seattle Pioneer
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