Reading this article on the BBC titled: Password guru regrets past advice

It advises that people now use Password Managers:

It recommended that organisations abandoned a policy of pushing their users into regular password resets, and that they should support the use of password managers - programs that securely store hundreds of different logins, avoiding the need to memorise each one.

But I can't help but feel like storing all your passwords in one place which can be unlocked with a single master password leaves a single point of failure.

Essentially if someone got my master password they would have access to all my passwords stored in the password manager.

So my questions is should I use a password manager or should I just use different passwords on different sites?

marked as duplicate by Steffen Ullrich, Community Aug 9 '17 at 14:59

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