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Computerized Investing > September 22, 2012

KeePass Password Safe 2.20

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by CI Staff

KeePass Password Safe is a Windows program that stores and encrypts a user’s passwords so that he does not have to face the hassle of remembering multiple passwords or the risk of using the same password on multiple accounts. With KeePass Password Safe, users only need to remember one password, which is heavily encrypted, to access the program. Within the program, they can create multiple folders and subfolders to help organize information, such as one for brokerage or bank accounts.

Although this is not a new concept, what sets KeePass apart from many of its competitors is the portable version of the program. Users can run the portable version from a USB flash drive, external hard drive or some other portable device on any computer without first needing to install anything. This makes it easy for users to keep their passwords with them at all times without relying on an online service to fend off hackers.

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