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The following is from [http://forums.passwordmaker.org/index.php/topic,1252 this thread] on the PasswordMaker forums - although it has minor edits for clarity and formatting purposes...
The following is from [http://forums.passwordmaker.org/index.php/topic,1252 this thread] on the PasswordMaker forums - although it has minor edits for clarity and formatting purposes...
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<blockquote>'''What's the consensus here? Is it better to store [the Master Password] on the hard drive or type it out each time? The thing that attracted me to this program in the first place is I did not like how other password programs stored lists of passwords on the hard drive.'''</blockquote>
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<blockquote>'''What's the consensus here? Is it better to store on the hard drive or type it out each time? The thing that attracted me to this program in the first place is I did not like how other password programs stored lists of passwords on the hard drive.'''</blockquote>
This is a good question, but due to its nature, one that each person has to answer for themselves.
This is a good question, but due to its nature, one that each person has to answer for themselves.

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