Don't keep a written password book, that is the usual advice and you should follow it. However it is so convenient to have your passwords close at hand that we are tempted to keep one anyway. How about a Secret Password Book then? This clever journal offers you the way to write down your passwords in a manner that only you can read, the formula shown is simple and has unlimited different and impenetrable passwords to keep your information safe and secure. The cover is also part of the secret, it is plain and does not shout 'here are all my passwords'. In this day and age we have passwords for so many things, websites, memberships, social sites, games plus the really secret ones such as banks, Paypal, phones and other very private accounts. There are of course online ways to keep your passwords but somehow we still reach for a pen as it is quicker and easier to record and find them in a notebook. We are told to use a different password for each site but I suspect that most of us are afraid of not being able to remember them and so we use a favourite one over and over. Of course that offers hackers a wide open gate to your privacy once they have managed to crack one site, they have them all and some websites have far less security than others. This simple Secret Password Book formula shows you how to overcome the risks and you can still enjoy the speed and ease of keeping a written password journal. You won't run out of passwords and neither will you be worried about having lots of them and remembering them. There are spaces for over 400 passwords with plenty of room to record notes, changes and reminders. At the end of the journal there are several pages for you to write non secret things that you need to remember easily such as phone numbers, bank account names etc. So keep your Secret Password Book to hand and enjoy the security of knowing that only you can unlock those personal passwords. There is a good suggestion that you might consider purchasing two of the Secret Password Book and keeping one written with the passwords written in clear and storing it separately in a safe so that if anything happened to you, your relatives would be able to deal with your password protected sites.