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NCSAM: Security features you should be using in password managers

While the article is actually entitled LastPass Security Features You Should Be Using I’ve been thinking of this more in regards to passwords in general. If you don;’t use passwords in a password manager, that is a choice that you make based on your own needs. I’m not going to change your mind. If you do use passwords in a password manager, have you explored its options to see what else you can store? I’ve not really understood Lastpass that well, especially when it comes to storing documents like birth certificates, passports, and the like, but i have stored notes such as product ID’s of products, and other notations including passwords for one of my network’s list management and other things.

I’m sure we can all learn about what our password manager of choice can hold, and we should continue to enquire in to what types of things it can do.

I would take the items within the last pass article, and see if your manager has similar features. Good luck!


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NCSAM: Security features you should be using in password managers was released on October 17, 2019 at 9:59 am by tech in article commentary.
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