Hi All, There’s been a lot of ‘stuff’ I’ve seen lately about using a Password Manager. I admit I haven’t delved into the issue in depth, not yet anyway. I did see that they have their advantages- although I *suspect* convenience may be the main one. E.g., I *believe* if a hacker cracks your password, a Password Manager automatically generates a new password. And these days, there are more passwords to remember. My issue with Password Managers are that they are likely hackable. Is anything on the ‘Net *not* hackable? If that happens, then the hacker will have access to all of your passwords, right? That alone is enough to put me off using a PW Manager. I think storing your passwords *off* of your iPad would be *better security* (assuming you make good, strong passwords and change them regularly) than using a PW Manager. A hacker can’t get them then, at least not from your computer. Do you agree with my logic, or have I missed something or left some important detail(s) out? In the end, I guess it’s up to an individual’s own situation that would be the deciding factor in making the choice. Do you have an opinion about this? Thanks for reading!