PasswordPod allows you to store all your website login details safely in one place and can automatically transfer the details to and from web pages as you surf.
You can also drag & drop data onto a web page or other document. When you visit a web page with your browser, the corresponding record is automatically selected in PasswordPod's main window and shows any additional notes you've made about that website.
To help with online banking passwords where specific characters are required, you can create popups which automatically appear on the page when you browse to it and allow you to drag & drop individual characters to the page.
PasswordPod has a flexible record format and can be used to store alarm codes, credit card details and whatever other types of information you choose. Your data is password-protected using high security 256-bit AES encryption and consists of a collection of records which you can organize into groups.
You can hide the main window and access the program using the system tray icon and it can automatically lock your data after a period of inactivity for increased security.
PasswordPod is a standalone program and does not add plugins or toolbars to your browser. It can be installed on a PC or a portable USB flash drive. It includes a built-in random password generator for creating strong passwords. Comprehensive documentation and a quick start guide are provided as well as an online video demo.
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