Do You Feel Secure with Your Current Password Management System? [Poll]

There are many different ways to keep your data and information safe, but for many of us, we still rely on the tried and true method of using passwords. By now, we all know not to use the obvious birthdays, anniversaries, variations of our name, and other obvious choices. But do you feel secure with the method that you’ve chosen to select and store your passwords?

With all the different options out there, you don’t even have to choose your own passwords. Apps and some operating systems will generate passwords for you or you can still choose to create your own. It’s said that it’s best not to use the same password for different websites, but by creating different passwords every time, it can get difficult to keep track of them, especially if they are ones created by an app or OS. It’s a good thing there are also apps and some OS that help you keep track of all those passwords, but making the password database available to all platforms is still an issue.

Do you feel secure with your current password management system?

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Laura has spent nearly 20 years writing news, reviews, and op-eds, with more than 10 of those years as an editor as well. She has exclusively used Apple products for the past three decades. In addition to writing and editing at MTE, she also runs the site's sponsored review program.


  1. I feel insecure with my passwords AND I feel insecure how I store them. However, there is nothing that I can do to make my passwords, and their storage, uncrackable.

    Any password generating scheme and password storage scheme that can be devised, can be compromised eventually. I don’t think any poster on MTE uses a scheme as elaborate as the military codes used during WWII. And yet those were compromised.

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