You probably have enough managers in your life—your boss, your boss’s boss, your kids, your spouse, your dog—but we suggest you seriously consider getting just one more: a password manager.
The good news is you don’t have to fetch coffee for or even talk to this manager. A password manager is a software application that stores and organizes your passwords, typically in an encrypted state. You create a complex, creative master password and use it to unlock and gain access to your entire password database. And if you get lazy, most password managers have the ability to generate, and subsequently store, unique complex passwords as needed.
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