You shouldn't ever just use one or two passwords across all your favourite e-stores. However, how do you manage to remember, store and secure all your passwords, if you need a different for the various online accounts and stores? You could write them down, but that makes security completely irrelevant. You could store them on your computer, but if someone breaks in to your computer and they are listed as a document, they have your computer and all your passwords. They'll have a field day.
Password Depot 3.1.2 is a shareware tool that will enable you to store up to 20 passwords completely free of charge. Any more than this, you'll need to pay a license fee. It's a security depot for all your passwords and they're all kept secure and safe. Only you can access your passwords. Better still, you could choose to store them on your USB stick, which means you can take your passwords with you and securely use them on another computer.
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