PCMate Free Password Manager
Password Manager Review - No More Lost
or Forgotten Passwords!
Every day Internet users have to create and enter to multiple
web accounts. It's OK if you have to remember two or three different
passwords, but what if you have to remember 10 or more. This can
be a great problem because you may even forget which password belongs
to which account. And as the number of used passwords grows over
time, so does user confusion.
However, you can avoid most, if not all, of the password related
problems by using a simple password manager - the
program which helps you keep and effectively
manage all your Internet passwords. This password
manager review is intended to help you choose the best piece of
password software out of the many solutions which
are currently on the market.
In this review, I am not going to describe each and every program
out there, but rather give you a hint on what kind of functionality
a good password manager should have. Let's start with solving
particular password related problems.
Number one is forgotten password. It's a
real catastrophe when you can't enter to your account because
you simply aren't able to remember the word! So how does a password
manager help you solve this problem? A good password manager
saves your passwords to a database. So whenever
you need to enter to an account, it automatically fills in the login
and password fields. It's a great way to avoid having to remember
You may argue that any modern browser can do that too. Yes, it
can, but if you allow your browser to remember you password, technically
you allow anyone who has access to your machine to enter to your
account without your permission. Unlike a browser, password manger
saves your data to a secure database protected with your
master password. Once you've finished your work, you
lock the database, and you can leave your browser open. Nobody will
be able to access your accounts anyway.
Another useful feature is the ability to
create strong passwords. Man-made passwords have a major
flaw of being weak and easy to crack because human language has
a high level of predictability. On the contrary, machine-made
passwords are much stronger because they consist of a random
combination of letters and digits thus being harder to crack. So
it is a must-have feature for any good password manager.
Still another feature that a good password manager should have
is structuralized password storage. It is good
if your passwords are grouped into categories such as passwords
for email accounts, passwords for online shopping accounts etc.
This provides the quickest way to access your accounts on the web,
and you always know where to find each particular password.
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PCMate Free Password Manager is a free password manager program
that is specially designed to store & manage your login
IDs & passwords in a centralized vault to relieve you of
the password management chore while offering you complete security
and peace of mind. The powerful password generator can also
create random & strong passwords using AES algorithm. Download
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