Although easy-to-guess passwords are one of the weakest links in the cybersecurity chain, most people still “don’t see the point” in a password manager and are happy to store their data elsewhere, a new OnePulse exclusive report shared with TechRadar Pro, discovered.

Measuring the opinions of 1,000 people about their password practices, the company found that more than a quarter (27%) saw no point in using a password manager. Moreover, another quarter (26%) would prefer to keep their passwords elsewhere, which means that approximately half of the respondents do not use a password manager – at all.

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