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ALPass: Web Site Login and Password Manager

ALPass is a USB portable, free web site login and password manager that lets you securely store any number of logins and passwords for all your online memberships and subscriptions such as e-mail, forums, social networks, etc. ALPass maintains all these data under 3DES encryption system to keep your information safe from curious eyes. You need not enter your username and password again and again when you visiting a site, instead just click a site link from this tool.

An interesting feature of AlPass is its supports for multiple accounts; it can be used by more than one user. Of course, each account has its own master password to login. You can automatically login (you can enable or disable auto login from preference menu) into any site with a single click.

ALPass is free, and can be carried on a USB stick or other storage medium. ALPass is completely free (but, commercialware) and works on Windows Vista, XP and 2000. The main disadvantage of AlPass is that, the program only supports Internet Explorer; there is no provision for other browsers in this version.


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