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Jason Hamilton, CPP

Hi Dr. Kirk,

Excellent points that are right on the money, especially regarding password strength. Those "strong" passwords can be difficult to remember. So, I have a resource:

I've taught my tech students about a service called LASTPASS. Its an encrypted password "vault" that allows for password management remotely, through the use of a highly encrypted master password - the only one that needs to be remembered.

Several of my software development contacts have also evaluated and used it, similarly recommending it.

For anyone interested: http://lastpass.com

Dr. Delaney Kirk

Jason, Thanks for recommendation. I use lastpass myself and it's a great tool!

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