Password keeper - SPS
wiping your sensitive files you know that on one will be able to
recover deleted files. That's what make QuickWiper a powerful personal
security tool. In this article I will review a new product SPS. It's
an utility that allows to keep in safe all your logins and passwords.
Why use password keeper?
All those sites always ask for a password and login,
we do encrypt some important information and simply set a password for
MS Word document. How can I remember all this information?
You can use the single password whenever you
are asked for the password. In this case it's not a hard task
to find out what your password is. Also, some services will not
let you change your password and you will have to remember
You can have a different passwords. First,
you will not be able to remember all passwords and you'll have to
put them down in some file. It's not secure as anybody can find
this file and get know you password.
You should use password keeping utility, such as SPS.
Find and use safe password keeper software
First, you should find out who developed and marketed
the password keeper software. You must be sure that password keeper
itself is not a spyware.
SPS was developed by a member of ASP (Association of
Shareware Professionals). Also, it's important to pay attention to author's
Trying SPS 2
Now it's time to evaluate SPS software.
The first feature I'm always looking for is a used
encryption method. For SPS it's AES 256 bit.
The second, SPS interface - clear and easy to use,
without all those thousands features that I will never use. I've quickly
find the way to create a new database to keep my passwords, then
it was clear how to add some password information.
Features, that are useful
Instead of just displaying password SPS allows to
copy it to the clipboard, it's handy when your password looks like
Logging and backup options are also available
Benefits of using SPS 2
Store your password in safe database,
encrypted with AES, 256 bit
Secure all the passwords you are using and going
Save your time when typing passwords