MySafePass Storage is easy to use Password Manager. MySafePass encrypts and saves your passwords, images and documents, all in a single encrypted file. MySafePass Editor lets you categorize and keep any number of different user names and passwords in a sm
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: MySafePass is a very intuitive and easy to use program that helps you organize all of your secret passwords, IDs and other information, which is difficult to remember and dangerous to write down. With MySafePass you can save all your confidential information in a file, protected by strong multi-layered encryption.
In an era when you have dozens of user IDs, passwords, and accounts, which you need to track, MySafePass is a real blessing.
When you go shopping online, you don't have to wrack your brain to remember your password or turn the house upside-down to find your credit card number. You just fire up the MySafePass and everything's at your fingertips. Plus, you can store the data to your flash drive, so it's available everywhere you go.
* Easy-to-use interface.
* All information protected by strong multi-layered 256-bit encryption.
* Keep track of confidential information like passwords, web logins, credit cards, bank account data, social security numbers and more.
Unlike other Password Managers, MySafePass can keep all your images and PDF files within a single encrypted storage file, where you can view them without exporting these files to a disk;
* One major function that sets MySafePass apart from other password protection applications is our Automatic Screen Locker (a.k.a. Screen Saver) that turns on after specified time of inactivity. This keeps your passwords protected, even if you forget to exit the program.
MySafePass ToGo feature that allows you to run MySafePass on any computer directly from USB drive. No need for installation or Product Key!
* Another important feature of MySafePass is its built-in safe Web Browser, which cannot be seen by spyware.
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