Password Storer is a password manager designed for those people who both struggle to remember all their different passwords and who at the same time have too many to feasibly remember.
Recent research in the UK suggests that on average, most people have somewhere around 12 to 30 different passwords to remember on a regular basis. Password Storer then, will take care of that for you.
Password Storer will not come as a surprise to anyone who has used a password manager before, they all do the same thing after all; and that’s stick all your passwords in one place so that you only have to remember the one ‘Master’ password.
The big difference with Password Storer however, is that it doesn’t store any of your passwords on an online server. Instead all your password credentials and logins are stored entirely in your own system, off line. This is also good for people with poor or limited internet speeds.
All your passwords are heavily encrypted, as you would hopefully expect and demand from a password manager, and its creators also claim that their encryption make it impossible for anyone to hack your credentials.
Having all your passwords stored locally also gives users the ultimate hacker proof option in that when you turn your machine off or disconnect from the internet, not even the KGB, FBI, CIA, or anyone else can hack you. Which is nice.
The programmers of Password Storer also state that they have an ongoing competition for skilled hackers to try and break the encryption protocols, and that so far, there has been no winner, which should give users some extra assurance.
Installing and using Password Storer is straightforward, and the interface is also easy to use.
- Manages all your passwords.
- Doesn’t store credentials in the 24/7 365 day always online internet.
- Strong encryption protocols.
- Open competition for hackers to hack Password Storer only helps to improve security.
- Works offline.
- Passwords stored locally.
- Easy to use.
Overall, Password Storer is a secure piece of software for managing passwords that looks good, has strong encryption, and works offline.
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