As internet marketers it is inevitable that we will pick up many different accounts online and the only real way to have a chance of security is the use of multiple passwords. To that end I started using a password management system quite a while back however I am now at a stage where I am beginning to think that there should be some sort of failsafe.
What happens if the management solution were to suddenly die for whatever reason? I know for a fact that there are accounts I would not be able to get back into; that's when I started wondering how you can back up your back up securely? Most of my thoughts so far have been along the lines of password protected (ironic I know) database or spreadsheet files but then you have to consider where these would be stored and the possibility that these could be compromised.
So Warriors, I ask you this; What password management solutions do you currently use and how could they be improved?
EDIT: The following is quoted from below as people don't like to read...
|Just to confirm I am already using Roboform and I know they have online back up, thats how I reached the stage where I don't know half my passwords I just figured that putting my faith in the fact they will always have those might not be the best solution. If their servers were to malfunction or even go down for a while then there would be no access and I would be locked out of a lot of things. Perhaps I'm worrying too much about it but this seems like something that shouldn't be taken lightly.|