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So I'm currently a contractor who is employed at company A, but works for company B.
I need to login to my Microsoft account at A to fill in my hours, but I need to login to my Microsoft account at B to access their Azure environment.
And because I didn't have a VSTS account at B yet I've been hosting the code I wrote for B on my personal VSTS account C.
But because I also have a project for my own company I do have an Azure login for that customer D.
Logging in to any Microsoft service has become a real PITA.
At least I can still login to GitHub with a single account... Oh wait
I did get a VSTS account for B today, so hopefully switching between B and C becomes a thing of the past as of tomorrow
Welcome to modern life--A different user name for each site, and they don't have the same criteria for valid passwords, and also make you change your password every so often so that you cannot even maintain the same password for different systems.
I have this same problem and it is all managed by my C'YaPass app.
You never have to memorize a password again, but you can easily have a separate password for every site. I honestly use it every day numerous times at work. It's so much easier and better.
The WinForm version is far better though because :
1. you can draw your password once (leave the app run)
2. each time you select your key for the site you want
3. it automatically copies your password to the clipboard so you can simply paste it.
Of course, there is much more to this password manager that does not save the passwords anywhere but generates them each time.
The generated passwords are SHA-256 hashes. Virtually as random as you can get.
It Remembers Password Requirements
The cool thing is that it remembers the sites password requirements like:
Here I made a really fast video (30 seconds) of how easy it is to use.
You'll see the app in action and then see the password pasted into Notepad++.
Also notice you draw one pattern but a different password is gen'd for each site.
If they were alive today and writing that song, would it be The Captain and Myself or Myself and the Captain?
"I controlled my laughter and simple said "No,I am very busy,so I can't write any code for you". The moment they heard this all the smiling face turned into a sad looking face and one of them farted. So I had to leave the place as soon as possible." - Mr.Prakash One Fine Saturday. 24/04/2004
So then iFauxn will allow the user to track how they use it, for how long, and all sorts of other data. I suppose it might already be something the do for to you, but if not, those who use the new features are giving them a new depth of view into how and when they spend your time.
Also, put limits on usage (presumably on children, marking them as such).
Don't you love the deviousness of it. Market the feature as "monitor yourself" but underneath the hood, the real point is for them to monitor YOU. Big Brother is starting to look pretty tame in comparison to the BS going on nowadays.
You've answered your own question for yourself. Give it a good think. You'll see it eventually.
As for a direct answer to your question: it would be pretty damn stupid to post the stuff I would not want known, wouldn't it? I mean you did you the phrase "wouldn't want other people to know about, didn't you?