Quote Originally Posted by eb07 View Post
Make sure you research your password managers. I don't like cloud based ones. Last Pass was breached in 2022 through an employee account and passwords were obtained, then they go right into the dictionary crackers for all hackers to use.
Definitely. That's why, for those that can deal with the minor inconvenience, I usually recommend something like the one I linked; KeePass. Something local-only, encrypted, and usable entirely offline. The database is a single, encrypted, file that can even be stored on a USB stick, your phone, a 3.5" floppy disk , or whatever.

There are mobile apps for KeePass too, even including on alternative Android app stores like F-Droid. Yes, there's the inconvenience of using the app, and copy/pasting the username/password from the app into whatever site/app you are attempting to access. That's still a heck of a lot better than having an account hacked due to an overemphasis on wanting maximum convenience. Just my opinion.