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People who use the internet use various online services. There is a good chance that you are not able to count all the websites that you have used and created an account on. Because of the advanced penetration techniques that hackers have developed, it is of utmost importance that you keep complicated passwords for all the online accounts you have created. It is also important that the passwords of all accounts must be different so that a single account being compromised does not mean the compromising of other accounts. While memorizing passwords for a few accounts is simply enough, the case becomes different when you have created many accounts, as pointed out above. Here to help you manage the many complicated passwords you have created is a web service called Kemesa Password Manager.

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Kemesa Password Manager is a free to use web service that helps its users manage passwords. These passwords can be of anything: bank accounts, ATM pins, online accounts, etc. The website offers a secure interface that you need a powerful password and additional passphrase to keep. The interface lets you add passwords by specifying the name, website, email address, and username of the account. You can also add tags to the password so they are easier to locate later.

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If you want to add any special notes, you can do so with each password. Such notes can be helpful when you save passwords for multiple accounts for the same web service; the notes can be used to differentiate between the accounts.

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The site offers its users storage of 5 passwords and 5 virtual email addresses absolutely free. Premium plans that offer more starts with $2.00 per month.

Features:

  • A user-friendly web service
  • Helps save passwords
  • Offers a secure interface
  • You can store name, username, website, and email address with each password account
  • You can add tags and notes with each password

Check out Kemesa Password Manager @ https://www.kemesa.com/

  1. Doug Hill
    March 16, 2013 at 11:12 pm

    Brand new version out this monday.

  2. Terafall
    November 26, 2012 at 9:20 am

    I think I'll stick to Lastpass

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