Keep Accounts Secure With Twik Randomly Generated Passwords

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  1. DroidModderX

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    One of the most difficult things to do on the internet is to keep all of those account passwords organized. Some of you just use the same password on all accounts, but that is super unsafe as when one account gets hacked the hacker has passwords to all accounts. If you are having trouble keeping up with all those passwords you may want to consider giving Twik a try.

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    Twik by developer "gustavomondron" is a password manger. The app allows you to have different passwords on all accounts while you only have to remember a single master password. The app generates random password for the accounts which are stored on your device. You can access those by entering the master password. This should make managing all of your accounts much more manageable. Head to the link below for the download.

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    Might check this out. I use KeePass at work and for personal things, they have an Android app as well. However, if this is better, I am not opposed to change.
     
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    What about the computer side of things? I don't access the web from only my phone. Is there a PC application to go with it or will I have to remember a bunch of random passwords for when I access stuff on my computer?



    .....Nevermind. I see it uses a chrome extension that is compatible with it. Still...I would ultimately keep a backup of my passwords.
     
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