[clug] Adobe Password Breach
hal at ashburner.info
Tue Nov 5 16:04:42 MST 2013
Thanks Andrew, Craig, Sam, Ben, All.
On 6 November 2013 09:48, Andrew Janke <a.janke at gmail.com> wrote:
> > How do you back that up so if you lose your phone you're not stuffed when
> > you need to do some banking in a hurry as your wallet was stolen too?
> I store the (encrypted!) keypassfile on owncloud. There are web
> clients for keepassX somewhere but I dont use one. I know I can get my
> password file onto something and get keepassx. Mind you I don't store
> internet banking passwords anywhere except my frontal lobes.
> > Or you want to change phones, or use a real computer because using the
> > phone for much beyond casual browsing is a royal pain.
> Owncloud + keepassx. Sync clients for just about anything imaginable.
> If not, copy the text file.
> > Can you dump the encrypted store and import into an equivalent program on
> > your laptop?
> > Then what happens if you add one password to your phone and a
> > different site and password to your laptop - are they smart enough not to
> > clobber?
> With Owncloud, password file just gets updated by datestamp. You could
> invent a situation where the sync will clobber but it wouldn't be
> normal usage. You can of course have multiple password databases if
> you desire with differing levels of security.
> > Can they cope with these moronic websites, like say, your bank that
> > on "at least one number, one piece of punctuation but no more than 8
> > characters" because they, um, why do they limit the size? Because they're
> > not storing hashes but actually store the palintext password on their
> > database? Really? Or they just can't program?
> Yes. A zillion check boxes to generate passwords of varying flavours
> for website requirements.
> > Is it better than a master list created with a text editor on a remote
> > that you store gpg encrypted and can backup?
> Probably not. The difference is you need a client for each of your
> things you want to access this on. Keepassx is this client and it
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