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Just about everything - your ATM card, your house alarm, your calling card - requires a password. The PC is no exception. These days, not only must you remember the log-on code for your ISP account but also the user names and passwords for the many Web sites that require registration. The solution to this mess is a SecureWallet.
SecureWallet saves all your passwords securely in an encrypted file so that you never forget any password again. Database encryption is based on Rijndael algorithm, the AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) winner.
All passwords can be sorted by categories. Search, Export and Import are also present. SecureWallet main window displays a list of protected applications and user names. When you open an entry, you can view notes, instruct the program to generate a random password, or display the password. Different sets of passwords can be stored and opened, each with a default user name.
We think SecureWallet is a digital key chains for your computer. Try it for free (30 days trial period, no limitations) and find out that it is really worth its money.
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