With the rise of portability, we have to somehow remember more passwords when we surf the net. Borrow someone else's computer and you do not have access to your email, favourite sites and more. Worse, you try and access your email, online, and you suddenly realise that you had to set up a POP3 password for your specific email address, after you created your broadband account. Can you remember this info? Indeed, some sites auto-generate you a password that you're almost certainly never remember.
Password Memory 2008 is a commercial solution that will enable you to store all your favourite and obscure websites, along with the passwords required for access. Of course, only you have the facility to access this password manager and you can even take it on the road with you and be assured that the contents won't leak on to the host computer.
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