Not all Password Managers are safe but we need one

Passwords are unequivocally the most used entry point to anything online, and the most unsecure. Users know this. Companies know this. And hackers certainly know this. To create complex passwords is important, but managing them – remembering them, updating them, etc. – is cumbersome. Password managers help, but are they secure? Given the rampant data breaches that seem to occur every few weeks – and those are only the ones we hear about – how can giving all your passwords to a password manager be smart? Forsaking security for convenience: is there a better way?

Let us dissect why passwords aren't going anywhere – at least not yet, as well as a novel solution to solving the problem of password management while still maintaining security.

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