After 2FA has been setup, most of the sites give you some recovery keys. Where do you store these keys? Saving them in Bitwarden doesn’t sound like a good idea

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Hidden custom field or simply a note along with the passwords.

@yetwot
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I used to write them down on a piece of paper that I stored in a small safe. Now i’m to lazy to do that, so I just take a picture of the codes with my phone, which is worse than storing them in bitwarden since they’re not encrypted or backed up.

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