Today we all use tens or even hundreds of complex passwords to protect our access to private information. Passwords are given to us by network services, paging and cellular companies, software products, e-commerce services, banks, shops and many other institutions.
Good password should comply to these simple rules: use as many different symbols as possible; be rather long (8 to 16 characters preferably); be unreadable (or hard to remember) for human being
Of course, you do have such good passwords. But if you are a human being you cannot remember them! If you can (or use one password for all resources) that means you are unsafe! So basically, one needs to write passwords down, which is in turn also very unsafe. Bad guy only needs to possess your passwords database once and he will know all of your passwords! You can try encrypting the text file (database) containing your passwords. But it takes fairly large amount of time to decrypt it for each use and then encrypt it back again manually! So is this the end? Is there any solution to help us out?
YES! PassMonster is here to help you store and manage your passwords effectively!
PassMonster will perform the insurmountable task of storing, protecting and managing your passwords allowing you to click once and get all the password-related information you need without having to be afraid of data vulnerability.
PassMonster features easy to use interactive interface and you should only need 5 minutes to figure out how it works. Talking interfaces PassMonster is skinable! It is always nice to have a chance to customize the appearance of a program you use every day.
Want some more? How about encrypted and plain text passwords database, Stealth operation mode (so that nobody knows you run a passwords manager), multi-user support, configurable rules-dependent password generator, data backup and program access logging for strong security environments?
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Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP
Date added 30 Jan 2003
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011