I'm thinking through an emergency travel scenario and want to make sure I understand properly what I need to do in advance. I use the Family version of 1P. ( I LOVE 1Password, by the way. You guys and gals rock.)
Assume I'm traveling alone with only a phone and no other registered device. My phone gets lost, stolen, or fried in an ocean. I can use a friend's computer or an internet cafe and log into my account at 1Password via web browser and get access to all my passwords.
But to do that, I will need my secret key, right? Clearly I can't keep the secret key on my phone. If I'm overseas, it may not be easy to call someone at home who has my secret key because of time differences or access to a telephone. So...how do travelers deal with this?
Should I carry a USB stick with my secret key in an encrypted format? Should I print a piece of paper that I keep in my personal baggage with the secret key but NO other identifying info (obviously would not print email address or my master password or even use the term "1Password").
Any ideas? Or do I have any of this wrong? Thanks so much for any thoughts.
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