/// The Answer to ‘What Is My Password Again?’
[ See post to watch video ] Sure, people know they shouldn’t use the same password for their online accounts. But the fear of forgetting a password when it’s needed leads many people right back to this bad habit. This week, I tested PasswordBox, a tool that stores account passwords—using the same level of encryption employed by the U.S. government—and automatically retrieves them whenever you open a website requiring a password. It happens seamlessly, so you don’t have to do anything other than open the website you want, as usual.
The Answer to ‘What Is My Password Again?’
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