Okay, running Ubuntu 10.04 or Backtrack 5, and I want to create a very complex password with as many bits as possible. But, I doubt I would remember it entirely, and I don't want to look at a notebook to see it everytime I log-on.
So, is it possible to create a complex log-in password, save it on a file (don't know what extension; perhaps a .txt?) on a USB flash drive, and then create a script (?) that will execute transfer or input of the password to the log-in password box whenever the USB flash drive is inserted into the USB port.
Possible, or not?
P.S. And, if possible, would it be possible to encrypt the password so that if someone stole the flash drive, they wouldn't be able to decipher it without hacking it (thus, they'd have to be quite saavy).