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If your system is hacked, _using_ any password manager is insecure. Some password managers also have poor encryption, so even read-only access to your password database can be bad.

KeePass (KeePassX in Linux) is one of the best, but a simple keylogger can get your "master password" when you enter it, and thus access to your password database.

Nothing is absolutely secure, there are just degrees of relative safety.




So I guess in that case, given even large software companies release products with dangerous exploits in them, password managers are a bad idea... why give a hacker a single point to access every one of your passwords?

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