AllPasswords – Mac Password Manager

AllPasswords provide to you password manager that is capable to storing and securing all the passwords you have. AllPasswords is a mac password manager that allows you to store a detailed accounts by category, do not be afraid to lose the password when you store password on AllPasswords, you can save a bank account, internet site account, job applications account, etc, including the password. With AllPasswords you can open and view account details at any time when you lose your password.

AllPasswords - mac password manager

AllPasswords - mac password manager

AllPasswords has been equipped with a 256 bits AES encryption that allows you to store passwords on AllPasswords stay safe, on this Mac password manager you can find the password generator, which can help you when creating an account that requires a password, and AllPasswords will give you a complex Password and will be hard for others to guess, AllPasswords can works on mac OS X 10.6 or later with 64-bit processors.

Posted by: Editorial Staff

Date: December 28, 2013

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