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Monday, July 17, 2006

Access Manager

Access Manager lets you store multiple passwords easily from an intuitive, easy to use interface. Access Manager will suit most home users that have problems in remembering passwords such as ATM pin numbers, email account passwords, computer logon passwords and more.

Access Manager features:-

  • Easy, intuitive interface - this is one of the easiest password managers to use. You don't need to read a manual to understand its usage. Simple yet powerful.

  • Secure - Access Manager will protect your valuable passwords with a Master Password and you need to enter this password before you can add / edit password entries. Access Manager used the proven Blowfish and Rijndael encryption that leaves you are worry-free about security.

  • Drag and Drop passwords - you can drag and drop stored passwords directly to the login form for easier logon e.g Yahoo email login prompt.

  • Password types - password types lets you categorized passwords in categories such as Email Accounts, Instant Messaging, Computer Logon and more. This results in a clean, searchable password manager freeware.

  • Password generator - don't use "password123" as your email account password anymore. Let Access Manager generates a secure password for you. Moreover, you don't have to remember it!

  • Summarised list - you can get a list of all your stored passwords with a click of a button.

Get Access Manager now if you are looking for the easiest password manager out there. It's free, secure and headache free.

Download Access Manager here

If you are not satisfied with the features, read my review on Password Agent here


if you are still not satisfied, read my review on KeePass here

man, if you are still reading this, you are so hard to please!

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