Remember all of your passwords with PASSWORDfighter Review

I’m the first to admit that my mind isn’t what it used to be and I understand it can be hard to remember all of your passwords sometimes.  I use a lot of different websites and it seems like each website wants you to create your own user name and password in order to access it.  That wouldn’t be a problem really except that each website has its own rules about what your user name and your password needs to be.  Some websites allow you to create your very own password and some websites want to auto create a password for you instead.

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Installing PASSWORDfighter is easy!

When a website auto creates a password for you, it always seems to be some impossible to remember set of numbers, letters, and characters. There is just no way that I’m going to remember a dozen or more combinations of different characters to log into my favorite sites. Even when a website allows me to create my own password, each website has its own rules so some passwords will take all letters.  Some passwords need letters and numbers.  Some passwords require upper and lower case letters and a special character!  It just gets to be so confusing some days!

Let PASSWORDfighter remember all of your passwords!

Remember all of your passwords

PASSWORDfighter features

If you feel the same way that I do, you’ll be interested to learn about a software that will remember all of your passwords for you!  PASSWORDfighter automatically logs you into your password protected accounts so you never have to worry about forgetting any of your passwords ever again.  Best of all, you can try PASSWORDfighter for free for thirty days with no commitment at all.  All you have to do is to remember one master password and let PASSWORDfighter do all the rest of the remembering for you. This is a huge help for me because I can assign a complex password with letters, numbers, special characters and upper and lower case letters. I don’t have to choose a password that’s easy to remember so I don’t forget it.  If it’s easy for me to remember, it’s easy for someone else to figure out.

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PASSWORDfighter is protected by a master password.

Just download the software (for free) and then add each of your accounts that need a password.  You can assign each account to a certain group. Maybe you have work passwords, email passwords, sweepstakes sites passwords, game passwords, etc.  Keep them all organized using PASSWORDfighter.  The password generator will tell you how strong the password is that you choose so you can make sure your accounts are as safe as possible. PASSWORDfighter even has tools included that will help you keep organized like tools that will fill out forms, organize your bookmarks, and secure your memos. It’s so much easier to remember all your passwords with the program!

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Import your data easily.

I found PASSWORDfighter to be very easy to use.  It will automatically import any of your stored passwords from your web browsers or other programs you’ve used in the past with just a click of the button.

Remember all of your passwords

Navigating around PASSWORDfighter

It’s very easy to navigate around and add your accounts to.  PASSWORDfighter even has a feature that allows you to export your passwords to a USB drive so that you have them all with you on the go if you use your accounts at work, at school, or while traveling. You can even create your own identity if you want to have an identity for work and one for home. PASSWORDfighter definitely makes remembering my passwords much easier than scribbling them on post it pads all over my desk!   All users get a 30 day free trial.  A product key, $29.95 value, will activate the full version. Download your free trail today.

 

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About Ellen

Ellen is a busy mom of two teenagers who left the corporate world in 2008 to focus on a more eco-friendly life. She lives in rural Vermont where she juggles family, two blogs and a career in social media. You can find her at Confessions of an Overworked Mom and The Socialite's Closet.

Comments

  1. Julie Klein says:

    I love the concept. I have such a terrible memory and knowing my passwords are protected and that I have a place to go to would be a very valuable tool.

  2. susan varney says:

    like that it automatically logs me in to my accounts. sound and great innovation i liove the idea of it

  3. I could use this, I’m saving all my passwords in a spreadsheet now and it’s getting large. Does the program generate new random passwords for you when you’re setting up a new account?

  4. Teresa M. says:

    This sounds like the perfect software for me! It would be great if it created passwords for you also. I am downloading the trial and even the actual license isn’t expensive considering what it is capable of doing.

  5. cassandra (rab pom) says:

    I like the idea of being more secure by using different passwords but never having to remember them!

  6. how to use it.there are lots of opyions.thought options are obvious but am very difficult to use it.laspass firefox addon is great compared to it.

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