Coming up with and remembering passwords can be a challenge. PasswordCard offers a free, simple solution that leaves you a hard copy of your passwords.

The credit card -sized card fits easily in your wallet or purse.

When you arrive at http://www.passwordcard.org/en, you’ll see that it’s a pretty simple set-up.

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A card number is generated for you. Make sure to save that card number somewhere. You can use it to regenerate the card if you ever lose it.

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You can choose to have an area with only digits (great if you need PIN numbers) or to include symbols.

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Then you can print the card, laminate it and keep it in your wallet. Here’s how it works. You pick a symbol, color, and length for your password. Then choose to go
left or right. For example, if I needed a 10-letter password, I could choose pink for  a color and musical note for a symbol. Then I would go 10 to the right for a password of WWyVGGKkCD.

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I could write down Pink-Music-Note-10-Right somewhere. Even if someone came across it, without my specific card, they wouldn’t be able to figure out the  password. You can also randomly generate a new card at any time.

And if printing a card isn’t for you, check out the app versions.
Just search PasswordCard in the Google Play Store or in the AppStore for your iPhone

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Open the app and it will generate a card.

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For more options, tap the menu button on your phone. You can even scan in your existing password card.

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