Let your face be your password with this face recognition software

For 24 hours only, grab a copy for KeyLemon Gold for just $5.99 (originally $29.99) and secure your PC with this face recognition software.

UPDATE 8:00 AM, May 7th: You asked for it, we are giving it to you... due to popular demand, KeyLemon has agreed to extend the offer through the weekend. This offer will now end at 11:59PM PDT on Sunday, May 8th.

Often in movies, we see a lot of bad guys breaking into someone else's computer to steal confidential information by somehow decoding the password. As much as we would like to believe that it will never happen to us, it can.

We all know how important security is these days, so for 24 hours only, we are bringing you an exclusive special offer from KeyLemon: an 80 percent savings that gives you access to KeyLemon Gold for just $5.99 (regular price: $29.99).

Rated 4 stars by CNET, KeyLemon is a face recognition software that uses your Webcam to protect your computer against hijackers by utilizing its face recognition technology. With KeyLemon, you can experience a new way to log in with your face instead of typing in your username and password every single time.

Here are some of its main features:

  • Hijackers Tracking takes a picture of someone who tries to access your computer and fails.

  • Its Firefox plug-in, LemonFox, allows you to log in to Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, giving you a bit more protection.

  • Permanent Protection ensures that your computer is accessed by authorized users only. KeyLemon checks that you are the one sitting in front of your computer--it automatically locks when you are away and unlocks when you are back.

  • It replaces the standard Windows XP/Vista/7 log-on screen with a KeyLemon screen. You can also choose to log in manually, if you'd like, by switching back and forth.

  • Supports domain user and identification.

This offer is good for 24 hours only and expires May 7, 2011, at 8 a.m. PT. Also note that this 80 percent off promo is only valid for the Windows version.

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