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SplashID now manages info on desktop

updated 08:20 am EDT, Wed August 30, 2006

SplashID for desktops

SplashData today announced that its popular SplashID smartphone application for securely organizing and managing passwords is now available for desktop users. SplashID Desktop Edition enables Windows PC and Mac users to store, sort and organize confidential information easily on their desktop. SplashID can store an unlimited number of customizable records (such as passwords, credit card numbers, registration codes, membership numbers, insurance information and even birthdays) securely on a Mac desktop or notebook using 256-bit Blowfish encryption and a built-in password generator that creates new, unique passwords based on criteria selected by the user. SplashID Desktop Edition features a number of customizable options, such as icons that enable users to quickly sort and locate information. It is available for Mac OS X 10.2 and costs $20. Smartphone synchronization costs an additional $10.




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