OpenSezMe is the premier data storage and retrieval system. In one single application, there is a secure place to track all your passwords, credit card information, warranties, software registrations, important contact information, and more.
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Description: Have you ever wished you had one program that would easily store of all your critical data? Stop wishing! Now there is a program that helps keep your important data organized and secure!
OpenSezMe is the premier data storage and retrieval system, packed full of useful functions. In one single application, there is a secure place to track all your passwords, credit card information, warranties, software registrations, important contact information, and more. It also provides reminders for important dates, meetings, or anything else you want to remember.
OpenSezMe is an extremely user-friendly windows application with powerful features and simple commands. Advanced functions allow you to launch URL's from the program, copy and paste user names and passwords, and even generate new random passwords for maximum protection.
If you are risking identity theft by using the same user name and password for all your logons, or by keeping critical information on a piece of paper in your office drawer, Start using OpenSezMe today and eliminate your risk!
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