|X-Lizard is a compact, reliable management application, specifically designed to store your confidential data, such as usernames, passwords, pin codes, etc. AES encryption, support of backup files, Unicode support, built-in password generator.|
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|OS||Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista|
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X-Lizard is a compact, reliable, simple to use management application, specifically designed to store your confidential data, such as usernames, passwords, PIN codes, etc. X-Lizard will allow to get easy and simple access to records, quickly to edit records containing names and the passwords, one click of the mouse will reproduce your password and a username in the form of input for any program or a website.
password manager, password keeper, saver, user name, username, AES encryption, Rijndael, unicode support, password generator, skins support, strong encryption
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