If you’re following password best practices — and you are, right? — then you’ve got dozens of extra-long, extra-complex passwords to remember, and you’re using a unique one for each account — no repeats. (And we’ll add a hearty “Good job!” for taking your security seriously, when so many out there are still using weak, common passwords.) But where do you store all these passwords? You can’t possibly memorize all of them, and you don’t want a physical printout to exist anywhere. This is where password managers come in.