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- Saturday, August 20th, 2022 at 13:20 #358319da__knightParticipant
I use defunct PasswordsGenerator .net (now [available here](https://password-gen.com)) and Bitwarden to store them (I don’t use BW’s built-in generator as it’s not as complete as the former).
What’s your favorite tool?Saturday, August 20th, 2022 at 13:25 #358320Rannasha
Hardware wallet and steel seed storage.Saturday, August 20th, 2022 at 13:28 #358321displaybeats
You shouldn’t be using a password manager to protect your coins.
Protecting your exchange logins is a different story and a password manager like BitWarden will be sufficient. If you want to ensure security on your exchanges a helpful tip would be to have a memory-only password that is not saved anywhere digitally, have a paper or steel backup of a small memory password and add that on to the end of your exchange password, but do not save the added-on password to the password manager.
Then when you log in you can use your password manager to auto-fill the information and manually type in your memory password on whichever website you want that additional security on. Now, if your password manager is ever accessed they will still be unable to utilise it.
If you are protecting a Bitcoin seed or private key, never do so digitally.Saturday, August 20th, 2022 at 13:33 #358324riteriteriteo
HaSaturday, August 20th, 2022 at 13:34 #358322kraken-community
A Yubikey might be a good option, it has the same advantages of having a literal physical key for a physical vault. It’s a physical object, so in order to login and configure the account of an online service, the actual YubiKey must be used to deliver the necessary passwords it provides. For crypto exchanges the YubiKey can be set to lock withdrawals, logins and password resets.
Green from Kraken 🐙Saturday, August 20th, 2022 at 13:39 #358323Eislemike
None. I have geodispersed multisig with no counterparty. Would have to be an oceans eleven multi state coordinated type heist to get my Bitcoin. Don’t need passwords. Just biometrics and ID.
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