If you spend a considerable part of your day online, you are very likely to use dozens of online services and websites on a regular basis. An average user today often has more than one email account, multiple social network registrations and countless other sign-ups on various websites. Using a single password for all of them is plain insecure, and memorizing dozens of different passwords is an extremely challenging task. Guarded Key offers a totally different approach to managing your passwords!
Guarded Key is one of the world’s most advanced and secure password managers that allows you to use a single password to gain access to all of your online accounts and offline registration data. The program saves you the trouble of having to recall or search for passwords to your favorite sites and replaces this routine with fast and convenient one-click sign-in. Besides, Guarded Key is not limited to storing passwords to websites only. It will reliably protect access to your financial information, including information about your online banking services and credit card details. It also protects your contacts, product registration data and other information that is not intended for other people’s eyes. The level of protection offered by the software is more than sufficient, since passwords protected with a 4096-bit key and 8 layers of encryption are impossible to break within a reasonable time frame — for instance, an average PC can accomplish this task in 8 billion years! The program comes with a built-in password generator that simplifies the creation of strong passwords for new and existing services. Finally, Guarded Key can be copied to a portable flash drive or memory card and used on the go for extra convenience.
Guarded Key efficiently solves the problem of creating, storing and using secure passwords for any applications and online services on any computer and in any browser.
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