Severn Software releases Secrets 1.1 - Adds New Functionality
September 28, 2009 in Utility
[prMac.com] Upton Upon Severn, United Kingdom - Severn Software Limited announced today that they have enhanced Secrets, their personal information system for Mac OS X. Secrets uses AES 256-bit encryption to store personal information with confidence. In addition to storing Bank information, Secrets will store passwords, notes and now with version 1.1, serial numbers and registration codes for applications.
Secrets is a great application for those who have too many passwords to track. It also helps with those that buy products online because their credit card information is on their computer, stored securely within Secrets. And best yet, they can copy and paste this information from Secrets without the need to type in sensitive information. In the age of viruses and key-loggers, this adds more security to any internet based transaction.
* AES 256-bit US government grade encryption
* Secrets password protects your data
* Configurable inactivity timeout that will protect your information while you are away from your Mac
* Special entry screens for:
- Credit Cards
- Bank Account information
- Web Sites including the ability to launch the web site from within Secrets
- Generic passwords like XBox Live, door entry systems, etc.
- Serial numbers for applications
* Even general notes can be encrypted
Secrets Minimum Requirements:
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or higher
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* G4 Processor, 1GHz or faster
* 4.0 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
Secrets 1.1 is a free upgrade for those that already own it. Secrets can be purchased from Severn Software's web site. It sells for $19.95 (USD).
Severn Software specializes in developing and publishing software for the Apple Macintosh. The Apple Macintosh is known for it's great simplicity of use and reliability. We build our software this way too. Our software is designed to be user friendly and enjoyable to use.
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