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Secret Keeper: login to any online services without fear about keyloggers

Secret Keeper is a little, portable application that helps you store any number of user names and passwords in its database and lets you instantly login to any website and applications that requires a username and password with a shortcut key. You need not enter or remember your usernames and passwords again and again, instead just use keyboard shortcut key ‘Ctrl + G’. In this way you can login to any online services without the fear about keyloggers.

As I said, you can store any number of username and password and all these information are protected with a password that you choose. Moreover, it is a portable application, which means you can securely carry your login information on a USB stick and can be use them from anywhere.

Create a directory on your hard drive or a flash drive or some other portable device that will house Secret Keeper. Extract SecretKeeper.exe from to that directory. Double-click on SecretKeeper.exe. At first time use, you will enter the password that you will use to gain access to the user names and passwords you will store in Secret Keeper.


  1. Nice share! really a wonderful tool. thanks.

  2. Certainly a simple and useful one! I was really looking for such a tool, thanks.


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