Managing Identities

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  1. Off3rz

    Off3rz Registered Member

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    How do u manage ur different identities credentials for different social properties?

    I've started my first LinkWheel & thought that I might need to use those blogs and personal pages in the future. I'm using a password manager & a form filler right now but I don't think that this is enough.

    I believe that if there is something out there that we can create categories in for different identities -i.e. beverages: usr1, usr2 ...etc. / drugs: usrx1, usrx2..etc.- that would really be helpful.

    I thought also of using a spread sheet but the idea didn't sound good for me. What do u guys do to keep track of all ur stuff?
     
  2. niksanyl

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    I use roboform to manage my identities with a spreadsheet as backup. However, it's getting pretty crazy with so many, and I might have to switch back to a spreadsheet.
     
  3. dropzone

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    This will sound really excessive to some but each to his own I guess.

    I use Imacros with Firefox to create a login macro then turn the macro script into a bookmark. From there I can use a tree structure hierarchy to sort the different identities as I like.

    Probably tons of easier ways but just what I came up with first.
     
  4. kanshu

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    I use a telephone/address book where I fill in my user name in the space for NAME, URL in the space for the ADDRESS, my password in the space for ZIP. I decided on the address book because I want a hardcopy and the ability to search from A to Z. Right now, I still have less than 100 accounts to track and I usually use a common password for a similar class of accounts like twitter or Gmail.

    It's the other sites that I cannot classify that's giving me problems because I have to assign unique passwords so I don't compromise my main accounts in case of a security breach.