Sometimes you just gotta’ saddle up a couple of ponies and spend a few days out on the High Desert. Out on the Badlands. The weather could’ve been better.
And set loose the Dogs of War – listen up, dipstick… I’ve got twenty-five years now in this this tech support game, if you haven’t figured this stuff out by now, you should be paying me. Well. If you put your password out there someone is going to steal it. I don’t care how secure these Internet password aggregator programs promise to be, if you put your password out there someone is going to steal it. Simple solution number one: don’t put your password(s) out there.
Simple solution number two: screw all that different passwords for different web-sites. There’s no way I could (without an app) could keep track of individual passwords for all the web-sites I visit every day, often multiple times a day. Settle on a good (as recommended) combined Upper, lower and numeric password and use it, or put together two or three said as variations on an easy (for you) to remember theme. I have passwords of the later variety upwards of twenty, twenty-two years now. And keep it simple, easy for you to remember, because…
Simple solution three: don’t stress it. Foremost the government already has all your information so there’s no practical expectation of privacy to begin with (the bastards could sell it as readily as the corporations), and if you willfully put something out there – ie typing in a password – you have to do so in the expectation of no privacy. If someone wants your stuff they’re gonna’ take it.