Password manager

I was frustrated by trying to remember my passwords for all my websites and got even more frustrated when I need to change a password again after some months. Don’t even to mention the needed complexity of them nowadays. A bit insured by the moolti pass featured on hack a day, but too scared of the complexity and hugeness of it, I decided to roll my own.
Also I’m not a terrorist nor a high placed public person, so I don’t need that high encrypted and bulky design. Prolly the NSA would crack this thing in a matter of days (minutes?) but I think it will keep your pr0n logins safe from your little brother ;).
Password manager
Current design/features:
– Uses the super cheap PIC16LF1454 (+- 1USD/piece) with no need for a XTAL (Clock is derived from USB)
– Uses a small but crystal clear OLED (128×32, I2C).
– Uses an OS USB stack ( ).
– Emulates a keyboard (HID) for entering usernames or passwords.
– USB thumb drive footprint.
– Device is protected by a pin code (securely stored in flash on the uC).
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