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Pepperword

Passwords for humans

Pepperword

Passwords for humans

Pepperword is the first no-nonsense tool that cures your password fatigue without giving up your privacy and control in the name of security and convenience. Unless you have surrendered your control to Facebook, LastPass, or Chrome, you may spend 11 hours a year entering random letters, numbers and special characters in password reset pages, and good luck remembering them afterwards. We've changed all that and brought highly secure yet memorable passwords back to humans.

This looks great. Personally I use 1Password (which has never been hacked) and I only need to remember how to unlock it. It seems Pepperword requires me to remember the password to unlock the login, in the demonstration video it's "123" for Twitter. Is that password along with some data of the service being accessed used to generate something unique? If so, does that mean the example "123" password could be used with multiple services?

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