If you spend more than 5 minutes on the web every day, it is very likely that you are registered in several online services, numerous forums, conferences, user various IM clients, email accounts and other solutions that require user authorization. Using a single password for all of them is plain unsafe, as a single hack or leak of information will give the lucky intruder access to all of your accounts. On the other hand, creating individual passwords for each of the solutions creates a major problem of having to memorize all of them. If you need a balanced solution that will allow you to create service-specific passwords and yet be able to recall them in seconds, try Personal Passworder!
Personal Passworder is a compact and handy tool that will become the central storage of your confidential data logins, passwords and other information related to your membership in different services and applications. The program minimizes to the system tray, can be activated with hotkeys and features a compact bar that saves space on your screen and gives you quick access to its most important and frequently used features. Thanks to its intuitive interface, it takes just two mouse clicks to copy the necessary password to the clipboard! Your confidential information is securely protected by the BlowFish algorithm with a 448-bit key, which makes brute force hacking utterly useless. Personal Passworder boasts a multilingual interface, supports multi-user operation, features a built-in password generator, allows you to create your own groups/fields and perform backups of your data.
Personal Passworder is an excellent choice for all active Internet users. If you are one of them, check it out right away!
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