KeePass or Notepad? storing passwords


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There is such a program like Kee Pass, they say encrypts the password, opens with the key database file and is open sourcce. Why when there is such high technology is the storage of passwords secure 80 percent of users save them in Notepad?
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Because 80% of users don't know about KeePass and know about the notebook.
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Why 80% of users do not know about open source programs and looking for costly counterparts with the cracks? Why 80% of users do not know that in addition to "Data, HAPE" there are other OS, and not necessarily "Windows"? well, etc.
Basically will think it is fine as long as someone will not find a lyricist and not something unpleasant.
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1. Notepad easier
2. Each has its own level of acceptable paranoia to ensure the secrecy of their data. You can store them in Notepad on the desktop in the profile autologon, you can encrypt the entire data partition.
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Because 80-percent of users — ordinary people who once mastered a set of programs and use it. And install some kind of password Manager makes no sense. And why do we need keepers of the passwords, when most users have one password for everything and often it coincides with the birthday.
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I have a friend, he knows about the password Keeper, he has about 100 different passwords written in a notebook. But the question is why keep the notebook says as something familiar. And what is the logic.
Constantly tells me about the security of communication through the Internet, so you need to use jabber with encryption enabled, etc.
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It is not always ignorance, etc. If you save in text format, this file can be opened on any device anywhere and read. And if you want to encrypt — it was not there. Line managers are offered today are evil. What's that, and your passwords are not bookmarks, they're not supposed to see no one but you and systems to be controlled by you.
Here is the way Mozilla opened source code of your server sync browser pieces, including passwords. Put it on your server and you're done.
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Because most do not understand is why use some unknown software that constantly asks and besides, it is not clear it looks when you can take a standard notebook, which from just one window with a white background, which is nothing and will never ask.
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In other words — or do not know or banal laziness.
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