Basically I need a good way to enter the master password on windows without getting compromised in any way.
Would it work with a USB stick for that, and somehow on it have a text that is scrambled, so I just can copy past my masterpassword from it?
It should look like this: XXXXXXXX, i.e the password shouldnt be visible, in this way key loggers cant catch me because of copy and paste and I would also be safe for programs that make screen captures if that even exists.
Is this even possible? I know 1 password is very safe now because to get my login data they must have either MY comuter or MY iphone right? Or actually if they get control over my dropbox acount they would get my data to, but dropbox acount is ofcourse protected with good password from 1password Im just a little extra paranoid and would love to have some even more security added.
To sum it up, I want to have my master password on a USB stick in a scrambled state., and also the USB stick/the scrambled text file would be password proticted to. So in this way it wouldnt be enough if they stole my computer and had keylogged my masterpassword (because in this way they couldnt have keylogged the masterpassword anyhow) , they would need the USB stick to. And USB stick wouldnt be enough because they need MY computer to enter the passwords on. Am I thinking wrong on something and is this possible, and if so how?
I found these secure usb keys thats super secure so if this would work it would be basically zero % chance for someone to get your login data.