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MenuPass 1.0 securely stores, organizes passwords

updated 08:35 am EDT, Fri July 15, 2005

MenuPass 1.0 released

Taylor Design today released , a new software utility to help users store, organize, and retrieve important account and password information. MenuPass provides a global menu from which users can select passwords and other data for MenuPass to type automatically. MenuPass can also log into many websites with a single click. The application encrypts user information for security, and helps users easily back up their passwords by storing them in a single file. It is available or Mac OS X 10.2 or later for $20.




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