I believe that password managers have a lot of advantages rather than remembering the passwords. So: its time to use them! But I don't want to lose the capability of using my passwords in devices I don't own.
Asuming that the device doesn't have any malware, writing my password (without password manager) seems secure. But I can only think in two ways I could use a password manager from devices I don't own and none of them seems to be secure or good enough.
- View your database online and be able to show / copy the passwords. Both very insecure, anyone could be watching and the password will also be saved in the clipboard.
- Installing the password manager. This could take time and be very annoying and would imply to sync all my database. Also, the device could already have the product installed (in case the owner also uses it).
Is there any way I'm missing? Is there any product offerin a solution for this scenario?