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Never forget a password again with this $25 app

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Almost every new service you sign up for requires a password. In addition, security requirements vary between sites and applications, which makes creating new unique codes more difficult to generate and remember. As tempting as it may be to use the same credentials on all your accounts, hackers only need to steal your identity online.

This is where Enpass could help you. This password manager tool is like a digital safe that keeps your login codes secure and easily accessible. which means you can officially kick off those sticky notes stuck to your monitor frame.

Storing all your coveted passwords in one place might seem like a hacker’s dream come true, but Enpass doesn’t store your credentials on a server. Instead, they are saved locally on your device using the Enpass desktop app for macOS and Windows. And if you need easy access to your credentials on multiple devices, such as your iPhone or Android, Enpass can encrypt your information when you upload it to your .

Enpass offers another practical benefit: powerful password generation. You can create nearly impossible-to-crack codes and autofill login forms and credit card details on favorite sites to save you time. The platform also alerts you if any of your credentials are weak or if there is a breach in the website so you can change your password immediately.

Rated 4.6 out of five stars on G2 and 4.4 out of five on the App Store, this lifetime subscription is trusted by many people who need to keep their data and login credentials at their fingertips. You can or 68% off for a limited time.

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