Never forget a password again
If you frequently visit many web sites, chances are you have more than a dozen passwords. They're probably easy to guess, or worse, they're written down someplace for easy access because they're impossible to remember. (The truth is, anyone could find them if they just knew where to look.) Here's a solution - keep them secure in AllSecure. It's the safest place to store your passwords and other valuable information on your Mac.
Not just another password manager
Unlike some password managers that focus exclusively on one thing -- managing passwords -- AllSecure makes it possible to encrypt and securely store anything on your Mac. A host of item types are built-in to get you started:
- Passwords / Web Login
- Bank Account
- Credit Card (Generic, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express)
- Serial Number
- Calling Card
- Frequent Flyer Information
- Insurance Information
- Secure Note
- Email Accounts
- Wireless Key
And for everything else that you want to keep confidential - such as a budget spreadsheet or folder on your desktop - just drag and drop it into AllSecure. The files will be ZIP compressed, encrypted, and placed inside a Safe Deposit Box item type. Safe Deposit Boxes provide a convenient way to securely store:
More secure than Keychain
Keychain, built into Mac OS X for password and certificate management, uses the aging Triple DES encryption algorithm. AllSecure's 256-bit AES encryption is not only more secure, it's also nearly six times faster than Keychain. Compare Triple DES with a 64-bit block size and 168-bit key length to AllSecure's AES-256 implementation with a 128-bit block size and 256-bit key length. If you need security, you need AllSecure.
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Autofills usernames and passwords
Next time you need to access a website (online banking, blog, MobileMe, etc.) that requires you to log in, let AllSecure do the work. Just click the arrow next to your login credentials. AllSecure will automatically open the page in Safari with your username and password inserted in the login form.
AutoFill functionality utilizes Safari.
Protects from identity theft and keyloggers
With its robust security features, AllSecure provides peace of mind in a malicious world. An advanced password generator (based on OpenSSL) is built-in to create cryptographically secure passwords not guessable by computer hacking software. AutoFill functionality prevents keyloggers from retrieving your passwords. And automatic locking (configurable in preferences) ensures your valuable information stays secure even when you forget to lock or close AllSecure.
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or later.