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reviewed Close Heart Bleeding Bus
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comment are there serious weaknesses in this free password management system?
Well, you can copy and paste the contents of your entire file into the comments field of a single placeholder entry. In which case, your exit strategy can be to copy and paste out of KeePass. If you use KeePass as intended, you can exit by exporting to HTML (essentially columns of plain text) or XML
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comment are there serious weaknesses in this free password management system?
@broiyan What Steven suggested would in fact have a big advantage over your current system - namely that the upload to cloud storage would be automatic instead of manual.
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comment are there serious weaknesses in this free password management system?
+1 For KeePass. It can meet all your requirements if you pair it with a zero-knowledge cloud storage service. As for migrating to a different password manager - I've been using it for 7+ years, and don't see that changing anytime soon.
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comment Ethicality of websites that test other sites for Heartbleed
Better answers will probably abound at philosophy.stackexchange.com
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