The Problems With Password Managers

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Password managers are brilliant, but the big tech companies don’t do enough to support them, argues Barry Collins

Occasionally, just occasionally, readers come in quite handy. A year or so ago, when I was off on one of my hourly Twitter rants — this time about password managers — a reader called Brian suggested I should take a look at Bitwarden.

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