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CyberScrub releases KeyChain password manager/auto form filler.

CyberScrub LLC, an Atlanta based developer of computer security tools has released CyberScrub KeyChain, an advanced password management and auto form filler utility. The program will be available with a limited number of password accounts at no charge.

CyberScrub CEO Bill Adler stated: "KeyChain will enable users to visit protected sites at will as they will not have to locate passwords that impede access. This technology also contributes to foiling identity theft as users" data input cannot be monitored."

Developed in response to consumer demand, KeyChain stores user names, passwords, addresses and credit card details in a fully secure and encrypted environment. Users may access and log in to their favorite websites with a one-click process. The process is similar to using IE Favorites with the extra benefit of an automatic log in. Consumers will also appreciate KeyChain"s ability to populate online forms with credit card details and multiple addresses, such as Billing and Shipping. KeyChain also allows you to utilize and submit log in details for proprietary computer programs.

KeyChain enhances computer security in a number of ways. Many people use the same password for all websites- very convenient but extremely risky. Now users can create unique passwords for each site, managed under the security of one master pass phrase. KeyChain also protects you by eliminating risks posed by spyware programs that may reside on a computer. For example, a key logging program can capture each user key stroke and steal sensitive passwords and financial information. KeyChain neutralizes this threat.

KeyChain not only runs on your PC- it can also be launched on any computer from a small USB flash drive for true portability. This is an ideal solution for working at remote locations, such as an Internet cafe. No traces are retained on the computer if the program is activated from the USB drive. Upon re-insertion into the host machine, full synchronization between the resident drive and USB device ensures an encrypted, mirrored back up in both locations.
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Date:Aug 29, 2005
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