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There are several options which use remotely-saved, decrypted-in-browser password safes. You're still vulnerable to keyboard logging if you're using random systems/hardware. Accessing secure services you care about from multiple locations is not a good security practice.

If you carry a smartphone, there are several password safes available for these as well.

Clipperz (web-based) and KeePassDroid work for me.

On my primary systems, a simple text-based database GPG encrypted.

Your password template may or may not be good practice. From random cracking, probably safe. If someone takes a particular interest in you and has prior knowledge of your scheme and several revealed examples, other passwords may become discoverable.

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