Gomvents - 5:53 pm on Jan 27, 2009 (gmt 0)
httpwebwitch you should use Keepass [keepass.info...] which stores the passwords securely. You only need to remember one good password at that point and you can save the keyfile on a usb drive to always keep with you so it'll use "what you have, and what you know" like an ATM card with a pin fo maximum security. You should never write down passwords on paper and if you do don't call it a password, call it like "Serial Numbers" and add three bogus characters to either the front or back of the string of characters. hope this helps! It's saved me hours of frustration.