What's the solution to using safe passwords on numerous logins?
Using a dynamic password each time generally means you will need to store them somewhere and wouldn't be able to log into things without your list.
On the other hand, using the same password multiple times is dangerous because if any of the logins it was used on is compromised, you would have to change the password across a long list of other places. Assuming you used a "base" password and changed it someway specific to each place it's used, wouldn't a potential hacker be able to do the same?
I understand that the safest way is to have an encrypted password list and use a randomly generated password each time, but it's not very practical.
What do the computer aficionados of superuser do?