From Koingo Software:
- Security and privacy are two of the most important issues in today's world; leaving passwords on sticky notes around your computer simply will not cut it anymore. Data Guardian for palm keeps your passwords reliably safe. Create multiple databases in Data Guardian desktop edition for a variety of purposes such as an address book, customer database, Christmas shopping list, journal, password manager,and even synchronize records with the Desktop edition of Data Guardian.
What's new in this version: Version 2.0.7 fixed issue dragging records into collections and search field now is the first control to be active when a new database opens.
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