Most Web browsers can store user names, passwords, and other data, and then automatically put them into Web forms when necessary. But 1Passwd 2.4 extends this capability, letting you store more than one set of information per site, save passwords in one browser and use them in another, and create new passwords whenever you need to. You can even generate, store, and enter the password for a new site, all with a single click. 1Passwd relies on OS X’s Keychain technology but uses its own keychain for extra security. In addition, 1Passwd protects you against phishing attempts and keyloggers, and optionally syncs its keychain using .Mac
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