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VeryLock safely stores private information using encryption and double layer password protection. Such information includes credit/debit card number and pin, online banking or other website login information, contacts, memos, photos and videos . All information stored in VeryLock is not just safe and can also be conveniently accessed. Our "auto fill in" feature will take you to the website with your user name and password auto filled, so you can log in with a single click. VeryLock will let you setup two passwords. Simple password consists of 6 characters restricted to numbers only. Complex password can be up to 16 characters in length and may be a combination of numbers, letters, and/or symbols. Complex password is optional and used to secure more private information such as online banking passwords, etc. The data is stored in ciphered text using AES-256 encryption algorithm which guarantees the safety of the data. Other features Convenient Backup/Restore, support both iTunes backup and dropbox synchronization. Smart "Hidden Mode". When VeryLock works under Hiding Mode, all data encrypted with complex password, including photos will be hidden, as if they does not exist. Contacts management tool, can group and batch delete contacts from iPhone address book, import and export contacts between iPhone, VeryLock and Goo-gle Contacts. All import and export support contact photo. Built-in password generator, which can generate random passwords based on your choice of length and character set. It can be conveniently invoked by shaking your phone when keyboard appears. Encrypted messaging, sending encrypted message through SMS or email. The receipient need to have the key and VeryLock. Is VeryLock safe? Everything VeryLock saves is encrypted and your password is the key for encryption. VeryLock uses AES-256 algorithm, which are well known safest encryption method and are widely used. To better protect your privacy, VeryLock implemented additional features like double passwords protection, smart "Hidden Mode" and the line-by-line plain text displaying mode.