If you've been using the Internet actively for over a year, you probably have at least a dozen of different logins and passwords to remember - one for your e-mail, couple for your credit cards and bank accounts, a few more for online newspapers and magazines, and one for each online shop or auction where you made your purchases. You probably tried to use the same password for each account just to find out it is not possible - banks usually require you enter your SSN, various websites have different password requirements and some sites assign you a password without letting you change it. Besides, security experts say that you should use different passwords to protect yourself. Are fed up with forgetting your passwords and getting "Your login or password is incorrect" messages? Then it's time you get Advanced Password Manager. The main advantage of this password manager is that you can enter all your passwords in one place, assign a login and password for a specific URL and use program's autofill feature. All you have to do is to remember one password for using Advanced Password Manager, and the program will remember the rest of your passwords for you. Pretty cool, isn't it? The other great thing about Advanced Password Manager is the interface - simple, eye-pleasing, and very straightforward. You can create different groups for your login and password information, which makes cataloging your confidential data very convenient; all data is encrypted with hacker-proof encryption algorithm. This password manager also has a built-in password generator that can generate passwords according to your templates. If you've been looking for a password manager, Advanced Password Manager will pleasantly surprise you. If you are not satisfied with your current password manager, Advanced Password Manager is definitely a solution you should take a look. Download your copy now at http://www.rayslab.com/password_manager/password_manager.html.
Changes in this version:
Added "last used passwords" featureAdded two-colors listview with new password icon
Typically windows machine
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