How about going lo-tech, I have a rolladex (a desktop, not the big donut thing)with all of my passwords, my office is private, so no one truly knows what is in there. I have safe box, unmarked and plain, in which my rolladex sits in with other valuable papers, nice and locked up with me having the only key, and my second key is at home in a safe box there with my other valuable papers for my home in there. My file cabinet in unlocked, but soon will be. I have nearly 50 passwords at present, and when I am called to a job, I just merely pull out the rolladex obtain what I need and put it back. You can set them for departments, companies and if you have several ( I have two), one is presently unused, but there is master catalog card in the front to id what it is in that particular box. Just a suggestion that works for me, it is alphabetized so it is easy to find, and when the time comes to change your passwords, you can add the new one below the old one and date the passwords to know which is current and if something happens and you need the old one, it is right there for you. And if I ever move on to another job, a file shredder can do wonders to destroy the information or a secure burn company can be used as well. While it is true that a would be villain could break into my office, he would first have to know it is in there, and that is something save short of you folks, my company’s employee’s do not have the privilege of knowing. And since I am posting this, the box is being moved anyway, just as security precaution, I am very cautious about things like that (just a quirk of mine).