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1-abc.net Password Organizer is a handy application that manages passwords and login data, keeping them safely hidden under a single password you need to remember.
The interface is plain simple and easy to use. When you first launch the program, you need to set up a master password that will be required each time you open the tool. This way, you will free your mind from all those login data you need to enter each time you access different websites or launch various applications. All you need to do is fill in the name of the entry and set the password corresponding to a file, a computer app, or a website. You can insert custom passwords or you may let the program generate a more or less complex password on your behalf. Once an entry is configured, you simply click on it and the attached file, app, or website will launch automatically.
What is great about this tool is that you can define as many entries as you want. If the list is too large and you can't find an item at a glance, you can use the search function to do the job in no time. You just enter a word of the entry you are looking for, and the program will display it immediately.
Additional settings are also available. For safety reasons, you can enable the program to close automatically after a given time of inactivity. Furthermore, you can make some of the passwords invisible, though they are still there in the background, ready to open files and applications. This way, your sensitive information is protected and all login data are prevented from being seen by other users accidentally.
To sum up, 1-abc.net Password Organizer is a convenient solution for managing passwords and security codes corresponding to e-mail, messenger, and bank accounts, credit cards or phone PINs, protected files and folders, and so on. The ease of use and the lack of complicated settings make it more appealing.
- Easy to use
- Filter entries by date, name, login, or password
- Search function
- Opens files and launches apps automatically
- Generates complex passwords