Is using the same password everywhere really as dangerous as everyone says it is? I have a shitload of accounts all over the internet; so many that I don't actually remember them all. I lost track. I'm afraid that if one of them gets compromised, I'm completely fucked. There's no way I can remember unique passwords for each different account.
What are some good password management methods?
>Is using the same password everywhere really as dangerous as everyone says it is?
>I'm afraid that if one of them gets compromised, I'm completely fucked.
that's exactly why.
>What are some good password management methods?
use a password manager. There's a bunch to choose from, local and cloud-based. They can all generate strong random passwords that you need not remember....
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Find one intro for your passwords and then use memorable second halves.
Followed by a delimiter followed by a unique password.
Also, get a very small notebook. Back pocket small. Write your passwords in it. One hard copy. Dont lose it. Much more secure than you think unless you live in a very bad pickpocket city.
Not even anime can escape Windows 10.
Time to start a programming project with a friend or two. Uh oh! Version Control!
What do I use github looks like cancer
Just use regular git then. If you don't want to use any central server and you don't know how to set up your own, even though git does 90% of that for you, just email git patches back and forth. Doing that is discussed in the git tutorial even, iirc.
YOU've heard of mechanical keyboards
NOW look at a.............................
>all these amdfags waiting for zen
>not waiting its successor or getting bristol ridge instead
You do know amd's history about their first gen architecture right? Does barcelona, bulldozer, bobcat and llano rings a bell?
What's the windows of the linux districts?
I honestly just want an OS that can run on my tablet, sadly windows 10 forcefully upgrade on there and it runs terrible.
I only use my tablet to read and study, so this was kind of a low hit
I found very interesting 0day vulnerability (looks rather like backdoor) in ThinkPads, arbitrary SMM code execution
What browser does /g/ use?
What if he open sourced his algorithm?
What's my best bet for a laptop I can survive on for the next 4 years for around $1500?
Is this the most sensual power couple in tech?
When are people going to stand up to this upgrade tyranny and file a class action lawsuit?
Who is the best to write one to two FULL paragraphs on?
Find more information about one of the following people and explain why he or she is important to structured programming: Edsger Dijkstra, Corrado Bohm, Giuseppe Jacopini, and Grace Hopper.
Who would you choose /g/?
What's the point of arguing over people's Linux distro of choice? Do you really need to feel superior over other Linux users when you already get that epeen from bullying Windows users? Why not just let people do what they enjoy, even if their system is unstable or their DE is ugly or whatever? This board is needlessly inflammatory, I swear. If you use Linux, you're already superior enough so you can stop bitching about Ubuntu noobs or arch retards or whatever
>If you use Linux, you're already superior enough
tfw actually like windows
This is the correct answer. Just use whatever suits your needs, anons.
I also wonder how long people's "Linux > Window$" phase usually lasts (mine felt rather short and it only happened in my teenage years), or if it only depends on being a bit of an idiot.
Why aren't you buying your electronics with a credit card?
>free 1 year extended warranty
But I am, anon.
People who are afraid of credit cards are dumb. They're useful and fucking easy mode for amazing credit. Just put everything you buy on a credit card, don't spend more money than you actually have, and just pay it off in full. Credit is a bullshit system but at least mine is stellar.
>with this one easy tip, credit card companies hate him