Tag: Password Manager

[Contest] Kaspersky Password Manager [Forum Exclusive]

[Contest] Kaspersky Password Manager [Forum Exclusive]

| October 10, 2012

Nowadays we all have multiple email accounts, social networking sites, and forums, cloud storage accounts, etc. All this boils down to multiple passwords, and hence a security threat. How? Because it is not so easy to remember number of passwords, most of us would drill down to either an easy or same password. Right?? Life […]

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[Contest] RoboForm2Go – USB Password Manager

[Contest] RoboForm2Go – USB Password Manager

| January 19, 2012 | 97 Comments

Managing passwords is a tricky job, especially when you have a very long list. In most circumstances what people do is, either they use same passwords repeatedly or note down all the passwords on a text file. But these are very bad practices and should be avoided. As accounts with weak or common passwords can […]

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[Giveaway] Password Depot 4 Softwareload Edition FULL VERSION

[Giveaway] Password Depot 4 Softwareload Edition FULL VERSION

| February 21, 2011 | 3 Comments

The award-winning software saves your various passwords in a virtual safe and logs itself in to your desired web pages, email accounts and/or password protected programmes as and when you access them. You don’t even have to remember a master password. Another practical feature for users on the go: save Password Depot to your flash […]

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How to protect any Android application with the password

How to protect any Android application with the password

| November 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

SMS, Gmail, Contacts, Chat, Calendar, Settings, e-mail, Photos… everything you wish!

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MobileWitch Pass Safe: an innovative password manager for your desktop and mobile phone

MobileWitch Pass Safe: an innovative password manager for your desktop and mobile phone

| April 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

MobileWitch Pass Safe is a strong, innovative password manager or password keeper that also extends its utility over Pocket PCs and mobilephones, providing highly encrypted passwords.

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