Password Organizer PO 1.0.0.1

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Password Organizer is an IE companion application that makes it very easy for you to organize personal data you choose to submit to websites online.Once you fill in your profile information, every webpage form you visit,will get filled on one click.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP
Publisher:
Daniel Sobstel
Price:
$9.99
File size:
10.00 Mb
Date added:
December 20, 2007
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Description from the Publisher
Omniquad Password Organiser is an Internet Explorer companion application which will help you fill tiring and lengthy web forms with just one click. It easily manages all your passwords, automatically fill in the web-based form, saves multiple profile, recognizes web page to be filled, handles personal data and keeps it secured. Forms that need multiple personal details as well as login forms that just need a user name and password can be filled in automatically.Password organizer remembers what name you signed in into what sites as and prompts you unobtrusively about logging back in.
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