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Data Guradian Stores Passwords, Credit Card Numbers, More

Data Guradian Stores Passwords, Credit Card Numbers, More

by , 12:00 AM EDT, September 5th, 2006

Koingo Software has released version 1.0 of Data Guardian, an application for storing passwords, credit card numbers, addresses, notes, contact information, and anything else that the user wants to keep safe from prying eyes. The software supports 448-bit encryption and integrates with Keychain for auto-filling its fields.

Pricing is US$19.95. Mac OS X v10.2 is required. Data Guardian is a Universal Binary.


Data Guardian

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