A hackproof AES (Rijndael) algorithm with a 256-bit key forms the strongbox of Password Agent Lite, which stores all your passwords in one database. Since you don't need to memorize all your passwords, you can use really random ones, such as the ones the program suggests when you create a new entry. When you first start the program, you create a master password that gives you access to all the other passwords. Make that password a good one, because if someone cracks it, they get all your passwords. You also should type in a hint for the master password, because if you forget it, you can't ever recover your information. The utility takes a number of measures to protect your information: It scrambles its data in the memory and hides sensitive information on the screen. Though the interface can be confusing, it lets you organize passwords conveniently into folders and has the program enter them automatically in Web forms. The free Password Agent Lite stores only 25 passwords, but that should suffice for most users.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.moonsoftware.com/|
|Release Date||December 17, 2011|
|Date Added||December 17, 2011|
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