Pen and paper, I may be paranoid but after all the breaches on password keepers I can’t trust one. I haven’t needed one that badly just use my memory and a small safe with them written down for important things.
Yeah no I’m using c++. I don’t think there is anything built-in. Btw how with the master password for the RSA or AES. Just fyi I’m making a sort of password manager component. Like hash with some algorithm and then salt. But what else?
I don’t have any instruction. I am curious however as we progress towards persistent memory architectures. It is good to be be working on the armoring systems. Fill us in on what you have discovered that is unsatisfactory thus far …
Made one that’s cryptographicly secure against quantum attacks. The only issues was the stored passwords were over 32MB’s in size thanks to the type of encryption. Not exactly cost effective for scaling. Or data conservation on mobile phones.
This is my weak link too. I just use chrome’s manager under my 2fa google account.
Few days ago I saw a review on https://www.themooltipass.com/ but still if the tech dies getting another might be a pain. It seems to use github for the data.
Personally, I’d use an established password manager for things that aren’t extremely sensitive (forum logins come to mind) or that have good 2FA. I think the general consensus is still that the risk associated with password managers is still much less than using whatever finite number of passwords that you can keep in your head.
Anything that’s really sensitive, then yeah, RSA and SHA it to death and keep it the hell out of the cloud.