Nowadays, what can’t you do online? From accessing internet banking to paying bills; from buying cars to seeking a place to live; there’s almost nothing that can’t be done online. Depending heavily on the internet to carry out day-to-day activities has a price to be paid — you sort of lose track of internet passwords and other credentials. And that’s where a reliable password manager like Sticky Password 5.0 comes into play.
This week, we’ve got 10 licenses to give away. If you’d like to win a copy, find out how after the jump. But first a short walkthrough.
Sticky Password is a very simple yet functional password manager for Windows. It’s able to manage passwords for your applications like Skype, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, Trillian, iTunes, Dropbox; as well as storing online usernames and passwords. Additionally, you can also use it as a strongbox for storing memos and sensitive details securely.
Setting up Sticky Password is really simple (download the free version and have a go at it). Here are some highlights.
At one point during installation, Sticky Password will prompt you to select an authorisation method. This is how Sticky Password will be authorised (or unlocked) before you can use it. So by default, Sticky Password will be locked when your computer starts up and you will have to unlock it (or authorise it) via one of these methods before it can be used.
After a period of inactivity, Sticky Password will automatically lock itself. When the app is locked, none of the stored passwords will be accessible until the application is authorised again.
Sticky Password will detect installed browsers and prompt you to install the required plugins to integrate the functions of Sticky Password into the browser.
If you’ve been using another password manager prior to this, Sticky Password makes the transition really easy with a simple migration wizard.
Sticky Password works with almost every browser including Opera, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer — as far as I know, the only browser it doesn’t support is Safari for Windows. If you use one of the supported browsers with the plugin enabled, Sticky Password will automatically ask you whether or not you’d like to save any entered online credential.
And if you’re always on the go, you have the option of creating a portable version of Sticky Password and store your passwords on an encrypted USB drive.
Additionally, users of Sticky Password PRO may download the free Sticky Password iPhone app and sync passwords, memos and credentials to your iPhone or iPod touch.
We’ve got 10 Sticky Password 5.0 licenses to give away and here’s what you need to do to win one.
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This giveaway begins now and ends on Friday, September 23rd at 2100hrs ACST. The winners will be selected at random and announced via email.
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