@BrodieOnLinux I'm another who doesn't use a password manager.
I memorized one hashing algorithm, so you say 'Mastodon', or 'Pixelfed', and I spit out a unique string based on that input.
The result is that I memorize one thing, but I have a unique password for everything, without relying on access to a familiar computer or backups.
@malin Well that's a different approach
@BrodieOnLinux Yes, but we deserve to do away with passwords that can be easily typed and instead have long random keys for everything we use. Would be much safer overall.
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