Re: Could it be the One?
Even the Zero?
15 posts • joined 14 Apr 2015
"So if I really want to move it from 123 where is cheap and competent?"
Gandi get my vote - bit of a learning curve on the way their systems work, but good value, decent visibility of options with sane defaults, tech support has been a bit dismissive of my misunderstandings, but prompt and effective nonetheless.
Bees' barbed stings only get caught in elastic mammalian flesh.
They are designed to cause complete havoc on other insects, both predatory and scavenging. For example, a wasp, hornet, or other bee attempting to raid the hive for pre-made honey will find that the defending bees' stings come out very easily; along with chunks of scavenging bee!
https://keepass2android.codeplex.com/ - android Keepass2 client that you can give access to an app folder in your dropbox account. There is a non-network access version in the Play store that you can use if you're paranoid, or a networked version if you wish to trade a little security for convenience of sropbox sync.
Set up the desktop application to read/write directly to the Keepass2 file stored in the app folder in your dropbox folder on your PC/Laptop/MacBook/Mac/etc...
Can't help with iOS, sorry.
Slightly more advanced:
http://keepass.info/download.html - use the portable version of Keepass2 to allow access to your passwords on a USB stick. I have yet to find an acceptable dropbox add-on for the main application, so this route requires the odd synchronisation between the USB stored file and the dropbox version (Ctrl-R works really well for me, no problems so far).
Don't change to the app version.
I did. Then my phone broke.
Easy, I thought, I'll just order a new key fob... But low and behold, you need the old authenticator to activate the new one. Which was on my phone. Which was broken.
It took ages on the phone, and another letter before I'd got the new fob working again. Grr.
(It's probably sensible that it's not easy to replace the authenticator, but it was posted to my house, which is deemed acceptable for my bank card and its associated pin)
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