IDVault 2008 Keeps Passwords Secure
by Mark R
It appears we live in an age of personal security. I have more logins and passwords than I really want, nor need. Even though most programs will remember my password, that makes my life easier, but not necessarily safer.
IDVault 2008 is a terrific product for security. It is as easy as plugging it into the nearest USB port and letting it to the work with your own PIN number. The key is a nifty little thing that retracts the end, so it can be used as a keychain.
Installing it is simple with the CD ROM, and then inserting the key. It takes a little while for the key to kick in, but it eventually will update your account. In fact, every time you look on to anything that needs a password, IDVault picks up on it. For example, it works on PayPal, and found it odd that it opened up another window for me to use.
I can think of several uses for this. For example, you can give it to a co-worker for passwords, and they can be so secret that you don’t even know about it. It’s a good way to leave some valuable information after you die, like in The Da Vinci Code.
IDVault 2008 is available at many retailers, or from the IDVault for ten dollars off at $39.99.
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