i use keepass, secure password with a keyfile
with totp plugin you can not only store your 2fa setup keys/backup codes, you can use keepass as a totp generator to save you reaching for your phone when using your desktop (i have same codes availiable on google auth app and in keepass when on desktop/laptop)
(you can even configure via hotkey to enter the totp into the correct sites as needed)
plaintext txt --> 256 bit AES veracrypt container.
I uploaded the container to
1. free clouds (they have same and very easy login password)
2. ssd partition (the partition is not protected at all)
3. external ssd and pendrive (protected by 256 bit bitlocker)
You get a password manager to store all your passwords and to make your password manager as secure as possible, you turn on 2FA. Now that you have 2FA on your password manager, you have a new problem; where do you store your password manager's 2FA recovery codes (also called backup codes)? In...