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Thursday, October 20, 2005

MySecurityVault is FREE!

MySecurityVault Box ShotLast Friday was the big release day. We finally released the upgrade to MyPasswordVault! We also renamed it to MySecurityVault.

Let me tell you all a little bit about the magnitude of this release. First of all, the program is now FREE! We decided we could increase our "fan base," if you will, by giving away something of value. Coming from one of the authors of the product, you are more than welcome to take everything I say with a grain of salt, but I do believe this free software is packed with value.

First and foremost, MySecurityVault is a password manager. Use one secure password to access all of your other accounts; simple as can be. One of the major updates we made was to add an Internet Explorer plugin to allow you to automatically fill in online forms (such as secure site logins) from data you have stored safely and securely in your vault.

MySecurityVault is a bit more than just a password manager, though. It's a fully-customizable repository for any data that you want to keep safe (encrypted). You can drag and drop documents into your vault to encrypt them, and you can also create customized data categories such as "Books I Want to Read." I personally love it as a very convenient way to keep all kinds of data (both sensitive and not-so-sensitive) in a central location.

Try it out and let me know what you think! Here's a direct download link: Free Download.

12 Comments:

At 9:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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I was chatting with David Daniels today about AJAX and Web 2.0 and how I'm hoping to take a closer look at the emerging landscape just moments before I browsed Mike Rundle's assessment of current Web 2.0 ...
Very interesting and attention getting blog, could I tell a friend? I really enjoy this stuff, mind if I come often? Anyway, thanks for making such a great blog, I'll be back to make a contribution.

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keep up the good work!

 
At 7:50 AM, Anonymous Ozzie said...

Good for you. It amazes me how people will willingly give away their hardwork for free. But I guess it's because of a strong business model that a company (or a person) can do this.

 
At 7:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

BOO WINDOZE!!!

 
At 9:42 PM, Blogger Stephen Ward said...

Ahhh, spam and trolls. They "go together, like rama, lama, lama, kadingy, kading-a-dong."

(I was about to delete the spam comment, but then I wouldn't have been able to quote "Grease" like I just did.)

Thanks, ozzie, for your sincere comment. Giving MySecurityVault away for free is certainly a bit of a risk (its development certainly wasn't free), but we're trying new ideas to see how things work out.

 
At 11:51 AM, Blogger Delmonti said...

sounds like a great piece of software..... and its free.....

has it got a PDA companion app? It comes in very handy to have all that secure data available on a PDA for when you're out and about.

Have a look at Ilium Software's eWallet which does just this.... and no, I dont work for them, I just use thoier product because of the PDA ability

 
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Stephen Ward this is great!
It's funny how I was looking for this type of thing and found your post: MySecurityVault is FREE!. It pulled me right out of my research on swim shirt products and allowed me to sit down for a nice read. Thanks for your great job Stephen Ward. I think I'll hang out on your blog for a while and be done with swim shirt stuff for now. Have a good day Stephen Ward.

 
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At 4:58 AM, Anonymous rash guard said...

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Well I'm not sure if you have any good tips, but good luck with your website goals. I wish you the best.

 
At 2:42 PM, Anonymous rashguards said...

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You got a great thing going... by friend.

 
At 10:46 PM, Anonymous rashguard said...

Aloha Stephen Ward,
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