Mypadlock 1.0 Free Password Manager Software.ADVERTISEMENTS
Author : MyPadlock
OS : WinXP,Windows2003,Windows Vi...
Mypadlock license : Freeware (Price: free)
Added date : 17. January 2009
Release date : 11. January 2009
Download page : Get it Here!
Download Size : 387 kBytes
Publisher URL: http://mypadlock.com
MyPadlock 1.0 details:
Keeping your passwords safe has never been more important. As the internet grows and more of our finances and personal information is stored online, so increases the risk that they are vulnerable to hackers. Today, most people have dozens of usernames and passwords to protect their information and access to finances, but we need to become increasingly smart about protecting those usernames and passwords. This impacts our livelihood, our privacy, and our lives. Start protecting your passwords today with password management software like MyPadlock. It?s simple, secure, and totally free!
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