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Handy Safe for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted on 5-Apr-2007 19:01 | Tags Filed under: Software


Handy Safe for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Paragon Software (SHDD) has released Handy Safe, a utility for secure information store and management on devices running Windows Mobile Smartphone.

Handy Safe is designed for all kinds of confidential information. Passwords, credit cards details, user names, codes, accounts (email, Internet, shopping, bank) and insurance policies will be located in one place on a smartphone, so user will have to remember a single Handy Safe password.

The information is protected with 448-bit data encryption (Blowfish).

Handy Safe application for Windows Mobile Smartphone includes Handy Safe Desktop agent that helps to synchronize the information between PC and smartphone, so user can easily update the data both on PC and smartphone.

Handy Safe for Windows Mobile Smartphone allows to:
  • Store everything on the device with more than 35 unique information forms
  • Modify the existing information forms and create new ones
  • Arrange your information cards in folders exactly the way user wants and create the new ones if necessary
  • Avoid intrusion by blocking your personal info automatically after a set period of time or after switching to other application
  • Use any combination of symbols and characters for the password







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