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# Software
## Software

All applications listed here are free software, meaning they are
released under [freedom-respecting licenses].

## Password manager
### Password manager

*Don’t reuse passwords.* Use a *strong*, *unique* password for each
online account.  Aim for 13 or more randomly generated characters


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directly into your web browser since that restricts your choice of web
browsers going forward.</small>

### Pen and paper
#### Pen and paper

The simplest method is not to use software at all!  Literally write
your online passwords in a private notebook and keep it in a safe


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and theft.  Also, if your house burns down or is flooded then your
passwords may forever be lost.

### Bitwarden
#### Bitwarden

[Bitwarden] is a free/libre password manager suitable for computer
users both novice and experienced.  There are clients available for


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  [Bitwarden]: https://bitwarden.com

### Pass
#### Pass

For advanced users who are comfortable using the Unix shell, managing
a personal PGP key pair and maintaining backups, I recommend