Guarded Key for Ubuntu is the password manager which uses encrypted database to store all your online identities. Data is encrypted with 4096-bit key and eight layers of encryption. Encrypted database can only be accessed via username and password (this is the only password you have to remember). Database is protected well, that breaking ten character passwords would take on a personal computer eight billion years. Touch screen and task bar icon with popup menu provides easy navigation in the list of online accounts. Password generator provides the way of creating strong password for each account. Touch screen tap or one-click in task bar popup menu decrypts information about an account and performs automatic sign in. It starts web browser, navigates to login URL and enters username and password. When done, data in memory is shredded (overwritten with zeros) so that it is not exposed to potential viruses or spyware.