My Data Keeper - the multifunction manager of passwords and other data. The application helps to systematize and store personal data in safety. We use the modern technologies of encoding for protection of the database.
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Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: My Data Keeper - easy-to-work password manager.
My Data Keeper - the multifunction manager of passwords and other data. The application helps to systematize and store personal data in safety. We use the modern technologies of encoding for protection of the database. Each book is protected by login and the master-password. My Data Keeper supports operation with cloud services of data storage. The manager allows to fill fields for input (logins, passwords, etc.) using only one click of a mouse.
The inner structure of the database consists of folders, subfolders and records. My Data Keeper allows to create records of different types: text, link, address email and others. With each record of a certain type it is possible to realize a some actions: copy to clipboard, open a link in a web browser, create the letter, etc. Count of folders, subfolders and records in one book (database) is unlimited.
The search tool gives ample opportunities on search of folders and records. The built-in generator of passwords creates reliable and unique passwords. The built-in text editor allows to format the text for convenience of viewing.
My Data Keeper is the application developed for users who care for the information security!
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