[clue] Password generation - oplop

Alex samide absamide at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 6 08:13:01 MST 2012

I also use KeePass applications for most of mine.  Then it is easy enough to keep them syncd up with something like dropbox to find the actual file to open on the different machines.

 From: marcus hall <marcus at tuells.org>
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Subject: Re: [clue] Password generation - oplop
On Mon, Feb 06, 2012 at 05:18:15AM +0000, Jason Friedman wrote:
> > Thought this was pretty neat. I was reading about this in 2600:
> >
> > http://code.google.com/p/oplop/
> What do people recommend for an online password manager, something my
> computer-challenged spouse and I could use:  we would memorize a
> shared password and use that to unlock the various passwords we use
> for various sites?
> Or, is the very concept suspect, because we would be entering our
> passwords for storage by some unknown third party?

I use keepassX, in part because there is an android version that I
sync to my phone, but it seems to work pretty well.  It's open source, so
you can verify that there are no backdoors in the program.  It also
contains a generator, so for many of my passwords, I've never seen them!

marcus hall
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