After spending years chasing the next best app for Password Management .. I have returned to the stone age technique ... I created an excel spreadsheet 47 rows X 7 columns and populated it with absolutely random 12-character passwords. Each password has uppercase and digits. So cell A17 would, say, contain the word 5Re4sGawerTy I print two copies of this file (or how many ever) and then delete the original electronic version of the file. Now lets say I want to open an account on Amazon.com ... I decide that the username will be A17 and password would be G40 I create a draft email in gmail with the subject line "Amazon U/P" and in the message box type in A17 (username) and G40 (password). By the way I use 2-factor authentication for all my Gmail accounts ... and it uses a password system that does not depend on this technique. LOL! When I want to remember my username and password I do a quick Gmail lookup and then use the hard copy for the actual password. If I want to change passwords ... I recreate a new random password list but can continue to use my gmail draft folder for the reference cell number. I used to use LASTPASS ... but became worried about putting too much faith and trust in a company/group that exists on the other side of the wire. This is the most boring technique of password management but I think its quite secure. I am looking for someone to punch holes in my technique!