Imagine you are registering with some website, like social network, or bank whatever. It asks your name and age, it asks your gender and location, it asks your work and hobbies, it asks, asks, asks The sad news is tomorrow youll register on another one, and youll need to answer a ton of the same questions again and again. The good news is you can get rid of chore by the automation.
The same way, you can get rid of remembering (or writing onto stikies yuck!) your logins and passwords to all of those sites. You can even get rid of inventing those passwords! You can even forget to remember specific addresses of your profiles and login pages!
Hmmm Sounds too good to be true? Can it be simple, convenient, and secure, and No more questions, its time for the answer: HandyPassword. The one tool for all problems.
HandyPassword works as an Internet Explorer and Firefox plug-in. It can remember all data for you and fill all forms automatically in a click. It can store your passwords securely and fill them in also. But whats all that compared with the built-in password generator for making up really secure passwords! The software also has a small bookmark manager, so you can have all links to your profiles in all services on the same toolbar. Finally, it can work from a USB stick, and even can store all your data on a mail server for the online access.
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