Safe storage for multiple passwords for multiple accounts

I copied the question from ‘Power user’ for a better visibility, hope it is allowed.

So, I’ve had this difficulty for a while, and I hope to get some feedback or referral to the sites where this problem may be discussed.

Nowadays all of us have multiple accounts, both personal and work-related (logins to web-sites or applications at work, logins to personal computers and mobile devices, etc.). I personally have more than 50 different accounts. In addition, some of those resources require changing password every month or so, and some of them require that the next password does not have the same combination of symbols as the previous one and that it has both capital letters and numbers and other symbols, well, you know…

How do you come up with so many different passwords that have different combinations of symbols and how do you remember all of them?

I feel that it is incorrect to record work-related passwords on personal mobile devices or in cloud storage. It is also prohibited by company policies. I also prefer not to record the passwords to the sites where I can manage personal finances or taxes.

Next, some passwords may be restored using the email that was used for registration. Some passwords may be restored using the phone number that was used for registration. How do you manage that? Do you record or memorize the correspondence between the emails and the sites/resources, and also logins? Do you use separate emails for money-related issues?

Are there any interesting articles on the topic? What is the correct way of working with this much complexity/is there a know how? Was there an idea that the creators of this system had in mind? How all this can be secure if we end up recording all these passwords?

How to hold posts and accounts for moderation on WordPress Network site

In WordPress MU is there a way for a network admin to hold posts in moderation?

For example:

  1. A user creates an account and a site
  2. They create their first post
  3. The post is held in moderation and the network admin receives an email
  4. The network admin approves the post and / or the account
  5. The user can now see the post or can create future posts

I think other sites like Discourse have this feature where the user is granted more permissions either over time or from a network administrator.

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[Android APP] Gym Buddy – Find a Gym Partner (3200 Active Accounts)

Is there a way to stop using emails for new accounts, but continue for existing?

Hi, all. :)
My question has to do with emails.
I want to update and get some new ones, as the ones I have are on a few lists.
Sven said all I have to do is uncheck them and add new and the unchecked ones will still be used to verify etc. for targets that are halfway through the process of posting and the new (checked) emails will be used for new accounts.
Will I still be able to post additional links on existing accounts if the emails that were used at the time are present but unchecked?
I want the benefit of clean emails, but I also want to begin posting additional links where possible.
If not, I guess I can just create a new project with the new emails, and continue using the old ones to post on the old projects.

Kerberos tickets for service accounts and NFSv4 id mapping

I have a Synology NAS that I’m trying to access over NFS from a couple of systems running archlinux (a laptop and a server). I’d like to get NFSv4 id mapping working so that I don’t have to align the user ids between all these systems, and also so that there’s some modicum of security. I’ve set up a Kerberos KDC on the arch server and configured the NAS and both the laptop and server NFS clients to perform id mapping using sec=krb5 for authentication. This seems to be working as intended for my own user account after much fiddling – I can run kinit to authenticate as myself and the files I own are mapped properly.

Now onto my question: I’d also like to do id mapping for an account that exists on my server only for running a service and can’t be logged into (specifically the plex account running plex media server). Is there a good way to get a kerberos ticket for accounts like this?

I considered getting a ticket from a keytab for the plex account, somewhat like what’s described here but I’m not sure that would work since the ticket would eventually expire. Ideally whatever I do for the plex user would be permanent. Is something like this possible? I’m quite new to Kerberos.. I know there’s a concept of “service principals” that might be applicable here but as I understand it that would need to be implemented as part of plex software, I couldn’t just associate it with the plex account and have it work.

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