Punchcast.com – Different Passwords For Different Sites

  • August 29, 2010

Punchcast.comCommon sense dictates that using the very same password for different sites is a terrible thing to do, but we end up doing it all the same. We know that makes us vulnerable, but we just can’t be bothered to generate (and memorize) a different password for each site that we are a registered user of.

So, we end up keeping our fingers crossed that nothing will ever go amiss.

There are better ways to tackle that conundrum, of course. The one offered by this site is quite practical. You see, using Punchcast you will be able to generate a master password that can then be used to create individual non-dictionary passwords for every site that you visit regularly. Once these passwords have been generated, you can set your browser to memorize them.

All the major portals and eCommerce sites are already supported – from Google and Hotmail to eBay, Amazon and PayPal, it is all taken into account. And I don’t have to tell you that both Facebook and Twitter are also part of the sites that are supported.

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