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Want something that can protect your precious computer data? Then KeePass is the best one to turn to. It is a free and open source software that allows you to manage your passwords without any problem. The program helps you place all of your passwords in just one master disk and provide it with a master lock and key. All you need to do is remember a single password or use the disk key to have access to them.

With technology ever evolving and hackers becoming much smarter, you need something that will help you keep all your sensitive information safe and accessible for you at the same time. KeePass might be the ideal software to help you with that. Almost all of us have problems keeping track of our passwords. Most people have tried a variety of ways in trying to keep and remember their passwords, from writing it in Post-it notes to coming up with simple passwords that are easy to remember. However, these can be easily found and accessed, thus your information is never safe.

With KeePass, you get to organize your data. Of course, you would need to input or build up your database but once you have everything set up, you can easily use it without any trouble. You would need to provide a master password for the program before you can access it. Basically, you just need to fire up the program and upon turning on your computer, it will automatically help you login to sites.

It can also provide you with a random password made from a bunch of numbers and signs that would be extremely difficult to remember for any hacker or for most people. The program will essentially do all the work for you and ensure that your files and information are safe.

Some of the key functions of KeePass includes a highly encrypted database; easy database transfer; multi language support; strong random password generator and needs only minimum memory to name a few.

Best of all, the program is safe and free to download anytime.


Related Links:

KeePass Official Website
KeePass on Cnet
KeePass on SoftSea
KeePass Review