I don’t know about you, but it has gotten to the point that I couldn’t remember some of my website passwords if my life depended on it. Truthfully I’ve been this way for some time. Of course when you’re supposed to have a different password for every site, and now they want passwords that are made up of the craziest combinations of letters, numbers, and symbols, who could possibly remember them? Due to the confusion I started writing all of my passwords down years ago, but my system is hardly organized. It consist of information written on Post-It notes, and scrap pieces of paper that are all paper clipped into a what has now become a huge clump. To make things easier, and to get myself more organized, I had thought about creating a password list printable, but then a friend of mine told me about an online site that would store all of your passwords for you.
An online storage system sounded like a great solution. Of course with life being as crazy as it always is I constantly seem to be behind on things, so I kept not getting around to starting an online account to store my passwords. Then just last week while watching the Fox Business report on our local news channel (I’m a total business report junkie!) I heard about how LastPass had gotten hacked! It seemed that the hack hadn’t been too bad and that the stored passwords themselves in the accounts had been protected and account holders only needed to create a new account password for their site, but still. Only days before I had been hearing about how the government had been hacked. Honestly, who or what is truly protected now days? During the business report Lauren Simonettie even said that with all of the big measures that companies put into place to protect themselves it doesn’t seem to stop the hackers, so at this point if you want to use a site to store your password you basically do so at your own risk.
Password List Printable
That was enough for me to decide that I no longer liked the idea of storing my passwords online. Still my password list storage system is out of control and needs to go, so I sat down then and there and created a password list printable that I could use to write all of my passwords on a nice organized list. Doesn’t it feel great to get things organized? I really need to do it more often!
I don’t want anyone to have to worry about protecting their password information, so of course I wanted to share my password list printable with all of you! The list has three columns. The first one is to write down the website that the information is for. The second column is for your username, and the third column is for your password. I recommend writing your password with a pencil since you very likely will have to change some of them in the future. The password list printable has enough rows for you to record password information for twenty-three different websites. Make sure to store the list somewhere safe so you can always find it when you need it!
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