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If you're tired of having to remember passwords for Web pages, and are looking for a way to help ensure that your private information stays private, you'll most likely find the $30 Password Manager a help. Tell it your passwords for any Web site, and it will log you in automatically. In addition, because it will only log you into pages that it recognizes, it won't enter your user name and password into phishing sites, giving you an extra layer of protection. And in addition to that, you can password-protect the program itself so that it encrypts your passwords and no one else can use them.
This security utility is exceptionally easy to use; simply create an account for each Web page, enter your details, and then when you visit the page, click a button or two and the program will enter your user name and password. The program can also be set up to automatically remember you login information as well.
Password Manager includes lots of nice little extras, such as integrating with your Web browser to make logins easier. You can also create a portable version of the program that you can store on a USB drive so that you can take it with you and use your passwords on other computers as well.