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For several websites I don't use very often, my default method has become
NOT remembering the password. Every time I want to log in I just click on
the "forgot your password?" link to have a temporary password sent to my
email address, use that to get in and then repeat the process the next time
I want to use the site. If not for the fact that some sites require me to
enter an actual account number or call customer service to reset my
password, I think I would probably use this method a lot more and just have
to safeguard one email account.
On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 9:02 AM, Kelly Parr <kparr -at- vertica -dot- com> wrote:
> The challenge is *my* remembering my hints, so a lock box is a good idea
> (especially in the event of a fire). Or I could lock a dupe flash drive in
> the glove box of my car.
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