• Best Password Management


  • Updated: 12/20/2018
    • Most of us have dozens of online accounts, including accounts we use every day such as email, social networks and shopping sites as well as long-forgotten sites we've used exactly once. The vast majority of us either use weak passwords or reuse passwords on multiple accounts. This makes us more susceptible to crimes such as identity theft. Best practice dictates that you should use a different password for all of your online accounts, but remembering them all can be nearly impossible.
    • Are password managers safe
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      provides a simple way to store, manage and retrieve passwords for online accounts. While that sounds appealing, there's one question left to answer before you entrust your online security to an app: Are password managers safe? Many people do not have enough faith in cloud-based services for this type of sensitive data. Usually we use office or notepad to record our login password and keep all our passwords on a laptop or a storage drive at home. If the local password manager password vault is stolen, the password database would be worthless.
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    • idoo File encryption helps you to protect and manage your logins and passwords, credit cards, identities, bank accounts, passports and more. It uses military-grade end-to-end encryption systems to protect your passwords. Remember just one master password to get access to all your sensitive data.
    • Multiple ways to protect passwords
    • Set different protection methods according to the importance of the password. Although the majority of your passwords should remain secret, there are plenty of times when sharing a password with your spouse and family members is useful. How to manage passwords? First of all, we must save in different files according to the importance of the password, and then set different usage rights for them.
    • Lock password files: enter a password to open the password file.
    • Hide password files: hide important passwords from being found by others.
    • Protect password files: it is forbidden for anyone to modify the protected password files.
    • Encrypt password files: Encrypt important password files to ensure file security.
    • Program log: Once the locked, hidden, protected files are accessed, it will be recorded and displayed in this "Program Log".
    • Monitor password files: Monitor office documents. Once someone opens or modifies these documents, they will be displayed in the monitor log.
    • Through the combination of the above functions, we can effectively manage different password files.
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    • 1. How to lock password files, folders
    • Choose "Lock File" from "Hard Disk"on the left menu. Click "Lock File" to add the password files you want to lock. Similarly, you may also lock files, folders or local drives by adding them to the list from "Lock Folder" or "Lock Partition".
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    • The access to the locked password files, folders and hard drives will be restricted, and they can only be accessed by entering the correct password.
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    • 2. How to hide password files
    • Click "Hide File" to add the password files you would like to hide. In the same way, you can hide password files, folders or local drives by adding those to the list from "Hide Folder" or "Hide Partition".
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    • 3. Protect local password files, folders
    • After protecting password files, folders on the local disk, people can read the write-protected file, but no one can modify it, delete it, or rename it without a password. The protected program will not be allowed to run.
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    • Choose "Protect File" from "Hard Disk" on the left menu. Click "Protect file" to add the password files you want to protect. Equally, also you can protect folders or partitions by adding all of them to the list from "Protect folder" or "Protect partition". The locked password file does not allow any changes.
    • 4. How to encrypt folder and file
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    • Choose "Encrypt File" ② from "Common" ① on the left menu. Then click "Add Files" ③ to add the files you want to encrypt. In the same manner, you can also encrypt folders by adding them to the list from "Add Folders". The files or folders can be encrypted into *.gfl or *.exe file, users may click the corresponding icon and set the file name, path and password to create an encrypted file.
    • In order to avoid any unnecessary loss, please do remember the password you have set, there would be no one could crack the password!
    • 5. Program log
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    • Once the locked, hidden, protected files are accessed, it will be recorded and displayed in this "Program Log".
    • 6. Monitor the password file, folder or the HDD
    • The office files in the folder or subfolder are opened , modified or deleted, all information will be displayed in the monitor log. The usage information of other format files can only be displayed in the monitor log when it is modified or deleted.
    • 7. What if I forget my master password
    • Run the idoo encryption software, click "Retrieve Password", enter the registration code in the dialog box.
    • And then click "Retrieve", the password will be sent to your designated mailbox.
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    • Summary:
    • While Password Manager may seem like a daunting, complicated process, keeping your personal PASSWORD safe doesn't have to be difficult—as long as you keep the sensitive stuff encrypted and under your control.
    • System Requirements
    • Windows 7 8 10 32/64-bit
    • Windows Vista 32/64-bit
    • Windows XP 32/64-bit
    • Windows 2000
    • Windows Server 2000 32/64-bit
    • Windows Server 2003 32/64-bit
    • Windows Server 2008 32/64-bit