KEYMAKER is basically a small utility for Windows 98 that allows you to make secure passwords and keys. The software makes it easy for computer users to create secure keys for digital files they're encrypting. In comparison to creating your own passwords with a dictionary or by hand, Keymaker creates complex but easy-to-guess passwords that prevent all but the most determined brute force attacks. While other programs are more complicated, taking advantage of this built-in security feature allows you to keep your personal information safe from identity theft. You can create passwords using your own ideas or by using one of the many pre-programmed passwords offered by the software.
This Windows 95 program doesn't just give you the ability to make secure passwords, you can also use it as a standalone program that produces strong, easy-to-guess passwords that cannot be brute-forcepped or copied and pasted from one password file to another. Simply select a batch file in which to store your passwords, and then activate the program. It will create a password pin in a few minutes. There's even a freeware option in which you can attempt to guess some of the strongest password known to man and try them on a number of Windows systems. If you choose to attempt cracking these passwords, I would advise you not to use this option unless you are a professional hacker or an IT specialist. As far as cracking these passwords go, this program provides quite good results.
The fact is that there are many more options available to the person who wants to keep his or her passwords a secret than there used to be. With today's technology we can use software tools to break into these passwords and decipher all of the data that we want to get into. With the strength of today's modern encryption programs and the "keep it safe and share it with them" ethos of most websites these days we are at a point where we can use password cracking tools and software to unlock the secrets that have been keeping us from the things we really want to see. This is why it is important to think about whether you need a stand-alone program or a program that will help you manage your passwords better.