Password Commander manages and generates secure passwords, sticks them to web pages and programs with ONE click and clicks the "Log in" button for you. The program keeps personal data encrypted, runs from USB-flash and protects data from keyloggers.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:23
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Description: You have passwords to be protected, don't you? You don't want to worry about the safety of your passwords, do you? You don't like to log on manually, do you? Password Commander manages passwords and personal data, generates secure and strong passwords, and sticks them to web pages and programs. It fills in forms with ONE click and even clicks the "Log in" button for you. A small floating panel allows you to access your passwords from any application with only one mouse click.
Password Commander is a safe storage system. It encrypts passwords and personal data with Blowfish (other plugins are supported) and defeats keyloggers using the on-screen keyboard so that no one could access them. Password Commander recognizes you via your fingerprint, as it is compatible with biometric devices. It is portable and runs from USB-flash. Password Commander is a multi-user application. It lets you create personal accounts for each member of your family or company, creates backup copies, exports/imports, and prints passwords. Password Commander has a friendly user interface. All interface features are adjustable. Creative skins are supported. In addition, system administrators will find the Password Commander's network mode useful. Check it out now and you'll see!
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