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Do you memorize your passwords or write them down?  


Linh
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When it comes to your passwords, do you tend to memorize them, or do you write them down for safe keeping? I have a password book with all my passwords. It's just so much easier to deal with than having to remember everything. How do you do it? 

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kikobeep
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Some I memorize but since I don't like using the same password for all my accounts, I make use of browser extensions that allow me to save them. I don't think it is a good idea to write them down as you can lose them or someone else can get ahold of them.

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Arian
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Me same hhh I can't remember all of them so I have to write down on notebook, in phone too in case I forgot to bring that notebook.

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canabee11
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I only have 5 accounts that are of importance where I need to make sure the passwords is not the same. I can easily remember them but I use the same one with a slight variation for everything else so I don't have to write them down or anything.

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TW154
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I have 6 accounts and my passwords are all different. So I write them in my notebook and carry it everywhere. Even I had stored them in my phone, but 2 years ago, I lost my phone and had to change all my passwords. Such a trouble you see! Sad  

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aodaii
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I manage them in my brain! I don't like writing stuff down because I misplace things. I also don't trust saving it to my computer. I think it is best to memorize things like this.

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