abylon KEYSAFE estaba como Giveaway el día n 17 de agosto de 2009
Un programa fácil de usar para administrar las contraseñas y los datos sensibles. La banca virtual, las cuentas de email y las credenciales de inicio de Windows, son tan sólo ejemplos para usar las contraseñas. Puedes recordar todas las contraseñas de memoria?
abylon KEYSAFE es un administrador de contraseñas simple que se encarga de todas tus contraseñas.Sólo necesitas una contraseña MAESTRA o en últimas una unidad removible (p.ej. una memoria USB), CD, o una unidad certificada X.509 como “key”. Para tu conveniencia, la información almacenada puede ser símplemente arrastrada y copiada en los campos apropiados de los navegadores o en las cajas de diaologo, cuando sea necesario.
La aplicación provee un generador para contraseñas aleatorias y funcionalidades de Anti-Keylogger functionalities: "Password Scrambler" e "Image input".
Easily protect your data. Unencrypted data is an easy target for unauthorized persons. abylon CRYPTDRIVE offers a simple way to protect you documents, videos, photos and programs by creating a software encrypted container, using international algorithm standards like AES (256 bit) or Blowfish (448 bit).
abylon LOGON - secure and easy Windows logon with smart card, memory stick or CD.
Creating of self-signed X.509-Certificates. This tool creates self-signed test certificates (X.509 v3) for private use. It’s very easy to use and you can use this certificate to encrypt your data.
Encrypting and signing of Emails; incl. Outlook Add-In. With the Add-In for Outlook (starting from Outlook 2000 / not Outlook Express) you can encrypt, decrypt, sign or verify your email data with one click. The software supports encryption by using passwords (SYMM-System) or X.509 certificates (HYBRID-System).
Professional security and encryption solution. The protection of the computer and stored files against undesirable access is more and more important. This complete software package offers innovative and professional security and encryption modules for private and business use.
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* Uses AES 256 and Blowfish 448 encryption algorithms.
* Has a built in password generator.
* Nice "password scrambler" feature.
* Can create backup of your passwords.
* Has an optional token authentication system.
* No real browser integration.
* Cumbersome/nonexistent way to create multiple "keysafe"/profile.
* Horrible English...
* No password hint or ability to recover password if you forget password.
* Bug when creating a "keyfile" and turning password astricks off.
* You must manually rename every new entry after you create it.
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Another password manager which appears to miss half of what password management is all about. Encryption algorithms and security certificates are only part of password management. To the people who say, "You can't comment on the offered software until you try it", while in most cases that's true, it isn't always. I looked around the website, which is in need of better translation and spell-checking. The online Help isn't available, and I did try a number of other possible URL's, in case the link has a simple URL typo.
I'll tell you why I stick with and recommend a previous giveaway, Sticky Password. It directly integrates into several popular browsers with minimal intrusion. It fills out logins and other password fields automatically, saving time, and more importantly, providing protection from keyloggers, clipboard monitors, screen capture, shoulder-surfing, and phishing attacks. It has moderately sophisticated realtime security scanners which check executables, keyboard and clipboard monitoring, etc., although I don't use that feature because there's some conflict with my security software's realtime scanners. It can generate portable versions and backup the password files. It will work with some applications (besides browsers) which require passwords or registration keys. It has a virtual (on-screen) keyboard which can be used with most applications to thwart keyloggers. It can also be used to launch websites/URL's or applications via a quick search box, although I don't use that feature.
There's no way that I would ever use an online password manager. You're trusting the site and applications to be secure and not hacked either externally or via internal sabotage from an employee. As for proprietary software like Sticky Password, your security software monitors its activities.
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This program never times out if it is left open. I could be using it, forget that it was still running, leave for lunch, come back later, with all my data having been compromised. It should have an option for closing after time has passed, or sending an alert. No matter how secure the encryption, it shoud also take into account, the human factor, of how people actually use it.
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And what, if something happens and you will be forced to install it again? Not paid for, no reïnstall possible because the date is wrong, and there your passwords go into the drain.
Using a password database is very useful, but it has to be freeware just for safety reasons. The last thing you want to happen, is not having access to your passwords any longer.
So I vote negative about this.
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I will pass on this as I use Roboform and have done for many years. Very easy to use, loads of features and has never gone wrong. I have used it on at least five computers and have been able to transfer all of my password and login details to each easily. I have the paid for version but used the free version for quite a while. I haven't seen any of these other password/key type programmes to come close to the useability I have taken for granted.
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