@ironmonkey

> Password approach: This is interesting... masterpassword.app/what/

Agreed. I've heard of similar systems before, where all your passwords are generated from a master password (rather than stored). It does sound interesting/cool

I've never used that sort of system myself for two reasons:
- Compromising your master password gives an attacker access to all sites without the need for access to a device with your stored password.

- Changing your master password means changing all

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That's the problem. But with some current cloud sync change master pwd and they wipe the DB. When is there a perfect solution? Lol yeah changing every pwd would hurt.

@ironmonkey Yeah, fair enough. I tend not to use cloud sync for similar reasons.

(I use and my own homebrew passgen.codesections.com and store my passwords on two computers, a raspberry pi, and my phone—that's more than enough of a cloud for me!)

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