[lug] password generating techniques

John Hernandez jph at jph.net
Wed Mar 21 10:53:56 MDT 2012

One way around the database sync headache is to put the file on
Dropbox or another "cloud" filesystem of your choice.  Most password
managers will do some form of rudimentary file locking to avoid
conflicting updates.

On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 8:36 AM, Davide Del Vento
<davide.del.vento at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I personally just use keepassx for this. Sure, it's not a nickname
>> based setup like above, but it works fine and it's password generation
>> is very flexible.
> If I understand it right, this is *very* different from what I am
> talking about. The ones I mentioned above do *not* have any database
> where the passwords are stored, unlike keepassx (and many others like
> that). So I do not have a database to deal with (backups, synching
> among the several machines I use, worry about it, etc).
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