Manage Your Passwords with 1Passwd
by James Hicks - Tuesday, 31 July 2007.
Nowadays everyone has too many passwords to remember. People either use easy to remember passwords or even worse, the same password for multiple accounts. 1Passwd makes things easier when it comes to password management but it also goes beyond that with features like form filling and strong password generation.



When you start 1Passwd for the first time, you'll be greeted by an assistant which will help you define the master password for the Keychain, install the 1Passwd extension for your favorite browser and configure automatic updates.



When visiting a website that requires you to enter login information that you want this tool to remember, all you need to do is enter the details as usual and when you click the "submit" button a menu like the one above will appear.



If you're registering for a service and you want to start off with a strong password, 1Passwd comes with a quality password generator. If you're using this tool there are no more excuses for passwords that include your cat's name.



To be sure that only authorized users can access your confidential information, you lock the software and can access its information only after entering a master password.



I've always used many Post-It notes. When I switched to the Mac, the digital yellow notes became a replacement for the clutter around my desk. 1Passwd integrates Secure Notes into its interface and makes their writing and categorization into folders very easy.



The main interface of 1Passwd is very intuitive, polished and easy to use.

A 30-day free trial of 1Passwd is available for download and if you like it, a license will cost you $29.95.

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