One downside of having non-dictionary-based passwords is its recall. The most secure passwords are often difficult to memorize. Due to this, it is not uncommon to have a couple of passwords that you use for websites, e-mail accounts, etc. Whilst this may be easy, it is also not ideal. It is a good idea to have unique passwords on each site that you registered to. How do you manage these passwords? Well, we have password managers – either built-in to your web browser or as an external, third party application. One such Revelation.is
Revelation boasts of being secure (AES encryption), user friendly (HIG-compliant) and organized. It is Gnome-integrated, remotely accessible and importable/exportable as well. Why not download it and give it a try?