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  • Hardcover-spiral: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Peter Pauper Press; Spi edition (1 Jun 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1441303251
  • ISBN-13: 978-1441303257
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 10.8 x 15.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (298 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 810 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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396 of 423 people found the following review helpful By Bomzom on 26 Nov 2012
Format: Hardcover-spiral
This is a fantastic product. Formerly I set all my passwords to "password" because otherwise I couldn't remember them. Now I write them down in this book with my username, the website they pertain to and any relevant details like any PIN codes, security questions, or mother's maiden name and it couldn't be easier to get into all those accounts.

I've read on here that this is bad practice because if a thief stole the book they could get access to all my accounts, but this is easily remedied: I've hidden the book in a place where nobody can find it! Admittedly the first few times I did this it was a problem because I forgot where I had hidden them - if you do find any of the nine copies that are still missing please return them as they contain all my important account details and I wouldn't like them to fall into the wrong hands - my name and address are on the first page (just above my bank details), but the house is empty every Monday to Friday because I work abroad during the week and I don't have any close neighbours, so you'd be best to drop it round at the weekend unless you want to pop it inside the back door (don't worry, there is no burglar alarm to set off or dogs to worry about!) - the key is under a flowerpot by the step; if you were feeling very helpful you could pop it into the safe next to the jewellery and credit cards; the combination is 7643 (easy to remember as it is the same as my bank card PIN). The safe is in my bedroom hidden next to a small painting - please do be careful not damage it as it is by van Gogh and priceless.

Anyway, I solved the problem of losing the books by hiding a copy under my laptop with just the edge poking out, so unless a thief stole my laptop there would be no chance of them seeing it!
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Anglo-Irishman on 26 Nov 2012
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This looks like a great idea: everything handy, easily accessible, well-organised. But are you going to keep it in a safe with only you knowing the combination? Because, if not, you risk theft of your identity, your money and your sanity. What you really need is a simple, inexpensive application that holds this information in encrypted form. You then only need to remember one password and it will open an electronic version of this wee logbook, with the added bonus of your being able to organise and change things under whatever and however many categories - but you can search very easily. You can copy it onto a memory stick and then have access to it abroad or wherever - and it is all still encrypted as long as you memorise and don't write down the password! Do an Internet search for password manager.

Really, do not buy this paper-based, frightening open sesame to every thief in creation.
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135 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Fuzzypiglet on 6 Aug 2012
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This is the worst thing possible you can do regarding passwords and security.

I think the reasons why are obvious so I'll offer viable alternatives.

You should look for one of the software password managers for example;

keepass
lastpass
1password

Here are 3 software based solutions and they will allow you to store passwords for any site you come across, most have built in password generators so you can have a totally random password for every sitee that looks like "erwergweqr56342t34t2+ERgerwq".

You just need 1 master password to open the database you create, you can keep your personal databse on a flash drive, in your computer or in the cloud via dropbox. Its secure because only you have that master password.
all of these offer web browser plug in that will even auto type your info, so the next time you visit amazon you can click 1 button and it will enter your login/pass for you.
Most are platform independant too meaning you can access your database on all your devices.

Im currently using 1 password and i can use it on my mac, my pc, my ipad and my android phone (1password costs money but the other solutions are free).

Seriously, dont buy a bloody book and write all your sensitive passwords in it!!!!
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By A.Ward on 29 Mar 2013
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I ummed and rrred abit before eventually buying one of these, but I find it the most useless book. I have to say I didn't look at what size it was, but the photo made it larger enough. On arrival, what a tiddler.

Worse were the pages - allows 3 entries per page and you have to write so minutely to fit anything on a line.

As it is a far from practical publication, it has been used to record those sites I use for ancestrt research and I don't think it will stay the course, as it fails to include a space to record which email address you use for the site, or the site's email address, except under "Notes".

If you ever have to amend the record,say, of password functionally, you would have to re-enter the details as there is no space for amendments.

Useless.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By I. Macleod on 8 May 2014
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I have managed to get all of the information moved across from my old A5 book but it was a shock to see how small this book is.it is half of A5.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Parkes TOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 May 2014
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I know you should never write down passwords, but with so many websites and on line banking, it is becoming impossible to remember all the username and password combinations. Hence this book. Keep them all written down in an easy to use indexed system.

Just remember to hide it well, otherwise your identity online will be compromised and your funds in your bank depleted as they get raided by a very happy thief who has just found all your passwords.
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