Secret Password Keeper 1.0.1
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Tired of trying to remember all your different passwords? Now you can store all your passwords for easy access in one secure, encrypted location.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:22 Size 2394 kb Licence Shareware Status Major Update Languages English OS Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP Homepage ivasion9.com Author iVasion9.com Software
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Description: Tired of trying to remember all your different passwords?
Sick of Internet Explorer's built in password saving that lets anyone using your computer access your password protected accounts?
Now you can store all your passwords for easy access in one secure, encrypted location.
Saves all your usernames, passwords and the locations they are used at.
Password protected, now you only have to remember one password instead of hundreds!
All information is encrypted and secure.
Copy your username or password with the click of a button.
Quicklinks take you directly to the website or location where your password is used.
Sortable lists makes it easy to find what you're looking for. Short tags: manager, secret, security, privacy, keeper, password, save, saver, paswords, encrypted System Requirements: 2.34 MB of free space. Change Info: Link to the web and copy uername/password to clipboard.
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