The most secure online way would be a self hosted instance of Keepass.alpovs wrote: ↑ I save my login details in some apps on the phone but I don't use my phone for anything serious like banking or purchasing. I save my login details in browser on my PC. And it's Firefox without a connection to any account, not Chrome which always wants you to connect to your Google account and save everything you do. And not Edge which I think wants the same with Microsoft. And I save my login details in a text file on my PC Sometimes I think I should copy them to a paper notebook but I've been too lazy to do that.
It's open source and can utilize a variety of communication protocols.
For me for example, it lives on a secure file server that's only accessible via VPN. So I have no reliance on anyone but myself which is both a very good and very bad thing.
It's better than paper (which can get lost, isn't easily updated, isn't remotely viewable, etc) and better than other password managers which have a host of problems not limited to being closed source, being insecure, being a paid product, being someone else's project which you're subject to the whims of, and as you mentioned before you're trusting a 3rd party with your active passwords.
Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.Do you not have anything else to do rather than argue with strangers on the internet