I'm an IT consultant. One client has known me for a few years. He wants me to do some work on his kids' laptop again. I'll need to log into his kids' Windows user account. (I'm guessing that multiple ...
so, we've got a ton of passwords that several different administrators need to have access to, each with their unique password/key/user/whatever... it needs to be either centralized, or the passwords ...
In the context of online accounts and identities, what are some best practices to prepare for the one certainty we all face: not a one of us will get out alive.