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Encrypt and Organize your Important Information With LockCrypt

LockCrypt is a powerful account management program that was developed to be a user friendly and easy to use tool designed to provide a secure, central database to store and manage passwords, contacts and other personal information.

LockCrypt is a free, portable, and open source tool and provides industry standard AES or TwoFish encryption for secure data storage. It also includes a password generator, so you can generate complex passwords.

The application is very helpful, especially when you lose or cannot remember important personal information like passwords, contact details, etc

 To access your data from local computer select database location as XML. You can also choose Mysql data base if you want to access it from different locations.

The information can be export to XML, CSV, HTML, Plain text files or can take printout. Download LockCrypt at source.


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