Password Safe

The 2014 year is, so far, disturbing for people who care about the security of their data. The deeper serious people dig into openssl, the weaker it seems, and corporations still consider than unsalted md5’s are the state of art for storing passwords in their customer databases.
So time as come for the password spring-cleaning, and it is now obvious that a tool is required for remember the distinct passphrases (15+ characters) required to maintain some security online.
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ZFS – Backup

All my data is currently saved in a quite trustable raidz pool, but this is not theft-proof for example. For increased safety, I chose to externalize a backup of the pool with a used tape drive on another hard drive.
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