In this day and age, we need to ensure we have everything double protected, even triple protected if it is an option. For myself, I use LastPass. I have been using this browser extension for several years now. It allows me to make my passwords very long and super secure without needing to remember everything. I want to ensure that my most important accounts are that much more secure. I also use LastPass’ 2factor for logging so even if someone should get my main password, they can’t get in without my phone.
I use Bitwarden myself since you can use it on any OS and get the full security and benefits of it in full. LastPass doesn’t work how I would like it to on Linux and while it is great for Windows, I feel there are better options. Bitwarden just does the job for me the way I want it.
The most important sites I use daily, I change the passwords every 2 weeks to a month. I have a pad of paper on my deck where I write them down in pencil so I don’t forget, and when I change them I erase them on the pad and jot down the new one. When I go somewhere, I take the pad with me.
I always saw a certain redundancy in storing passwords for online sites for safe keeping somewhere on the computer.
I’m also a Bitwarden user, Lastpass lost me as a customer when they sold to LogMeIn. I don’t like that business.
Bitwarden can be self-hosted for increased privacy as well which is something I do, a cheap VPS from Vultr is all you need. Really enjoying it so far.