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Yep, just more crappy needless software.
I let Firefox remember passwords, then go to Options > Security > Saved passwords > Show passwords, stretch the box to show all, take a screenshot and save it as .jpg. You can store the image on another computer, on a flash or other external drive. You can print the image... When I register for a site I open notepad, type a username and password, the url, email address and save it as the site name. Then I just copy/paste when I register.
i have 4 different ones i use, depending on security level, they are progressively harder, with added numbers and symbols.
I love last pass. I generate 15 character passwords with Capital, numbers and special characters. LastPass is encrypted so it's useless to a hacker unless they have your master password. If lastpass is "slowing down" your computer, you really need to reconsider upgrading from windows 98.
Top encryption for a Canuck
Which does absolutely nothing to make individual sites more secure, but of course each site could be made so the passwords strength is adequate for the purposes of security, but then what advantage does the added software have over the browsers built in password management?
beer, Beer. Beer1, Beer#1 . Canuck enough for you? *needless to say, my real passes are MUCH harder ).