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> "A pet I often use for passwords" might be a mistake.
> Whenever a web site requires a favorite pet's name, town I was born in,
> first-grade teacher, etc., I always make up a unique answer for just
> that web site, and I store it along with the password. I try not to let
> passwords have *anything* in common with each other - heck, they're
> already sharing my user name!
Well, I did say that I don't take my LinkedIn account very seriously. My bank account uses the pet I never really liked.
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