Steganos Password Manager 14 released
Posted on 01 October 2012.
Steganos Software announced the availability of Steganos Password Manager 14.


Designed for individuals who want to want to securely store all of their account log-in information and PIN codes in one central place, the software enables users to safely transport and access this information, whether at home, at work or on the go. The software comes with free apps for iPhone and Android mobile devices, and also enables secure transport of passwords via USB stick.

It also features a password generator, which individuals can use to create a secure password in just one click. Moreover, it automatically populates account log-in pages with the correct user name and password* (see system requirements). Users only need to remember one password to access the application or can opt to open it with the visual PicPass option instead.

“Recent studies have shown that the common practice of recycling passwords is significantly driving up cases of password theft, which in turn can lead to data breaches and identity theft,” said Gabriel Yoran, managing director of Steganos Software.

“To combat cybercrime, it’s imperative that Internet users start using different passwords for each bank, credit card or other type of account. Password management software helps individuals create, securely store and manage their most private account information,” he added.





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