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Website Login and Password manager: Comodo iVault

Comodo i-Vault is a secured personal information manager that lets you store, organize access and effectively use your personal data in a secured manner. With this tool you can instantaneously logins to any of your online memberships and subscriptions such as e-mail, social networks, etc generate complex passwords, and securely keep any personal information.

i-Vault maintains all these data under 256 bit industry standared encryption systems to keep your information safe from curious eyes and protect against the very latest key-logging programs.

Main features of Comodo i-Vault are: Instantly login to your favorite websites and applications, Single point of storage for all your confidential information, 256 bit encryption, Secure Password Generator, Supports for multiple users on a single machine, and Anti Keylogging feature.

i-Vault is simple to use with its drag n drop interface. You can download i-Vault and get a free license key to activate the software from Comodo.


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