ID_Bank is a secure identity and password protection manager
ID_Bank is able to hold your personal information relating to usernames, passwords, pins, login details etc; information in a secure encrypted file.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: Passwords can be trouble especially on the Internet. You may have too many to remember and if you don't take care someone else will gain access to them! ID_Bank can help solve your problem. ID_Bank is a secure identity and password protection system from Rainbow Innovations.
ID_Bank is able to hold your personal information relating to usernames, passwords, pins, login details etc; information you often forget or write on scraps of paper that anyone else can read. Your information is stored in a secure encrypted file, all you need to remember is one password to access it.
ID_Bank includes the following features:
¬∑ Store your passwords and ID data in named files, you are not limited to one file that must contain all your data
¬∑ Your data is encrypted using the Rijndael 128 bit encryption algorithm.
¬∑ Group your data into categories.
¬∑ Fully customisable display to suit your requirements
¬∑ Quick access to the Password Popup Box available on demand.
¬∑ Fast transfer of password/username to other documents or web pages using Copy/Paste or Drag and Drop.
¬∑ Auto hide and password protect ID_Bank when Idle.
¬∑ Clipboard auto clear when idle
¬∑ Highlight password expiration dates.
¬∑ Preview and print reports of your data
¬∑ Optional system tray icon.
¬∑ And many other features.
¬∑ Windows 98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/Windows 7
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