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I spent several days researching password safes about a year ago and decided on Encrptr from SpiderOak
(see https://spideroak.com/solutions/encryptr) for a detailed description. I chose the product for the following reasons:
1. Cheap - as in free
2. Anonymity - in that the user id is not linked to your email account, name etc.
3. Security - uses Zero Knowledge cloud service
4. Accessibility - from mobile phone, desktop, laptop, in windows, android, linux, or OSx of your choice.
Wait for it... Password Safe[^]! I've been using it for years. Works on all platforms - Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS. Open source, too. Has tons of great features like double-click to browse to URL, customizable autotype of username and password, password generator with default pattern or multiple user defined patterns. You can keep notes on each entry which are also secured.
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - I'd just like a chance to prove that money can't make me happy. Me, all the time
I try to do pop/alt country as that's all that's commercially viable since they killed rock and still includes guitar, bass n' drums.
I have a bad singing voice to my ears and while I can bribe women with money to do vocal session work, I have a logjam of male oriented songs written because no matter how I try I can't get em to come sing my tunes. ego ego ego I suppose.
I know a lot of coders who play instruments of one variety or another. There does seem to be quite an overlap there. Off the top of my head, I can think of a dozen or so people here who play guitar, for instance.