|Op. System:||Win 3.1x,Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 3.x,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,WinXP,Windows2003,Windows Vista Starter,W|
|File size:||643 KB|
|Publisher:||Quio - Digital Paper Products|
Publisher description for Quio Passwords
Quio Passwords, an Identity Theft Protection Application (ITPA), is a small, robust and powerful application to store private information such as; passwords, bank account records, credit card data and other personal information all in one safe place. The program uses a proprietary encryption model that is dynamically generated with each install. The data that is entered in the interface is encrypted on the hard drive, protecting it from outside hackers, as well as prying eyes using your computer. The Quio OneSpot design puts your private data in one place, organizing and managing all ones online user names, passwords, bank account information and other sensitive information. The data is securely encrypted utilizing a decryption technique designed to produce false positives to anyone attempting to decrypt the data. The information that is stored on the computer is illegible to hackers and robots that try to harvest such data. Quio Passwords is only accessible to the person installing the application when a unique combination is set to provide admission to the software. The program comes with built-in archiving and back-up utilities, as well as a first-time use tour guide design to alleviate any learning curve. The Quio Platform is based on hyper-easy to use interfaces which take away all the cumbersome nuances of completing simple tasks and doing them for you. For example, Quio software automatically saves what you are doing while you`re not doing anything. Like physical paper, when you stop writing with a pen or pencil, what you were writing is still there. With Quio you don`t have to select œfile, then œsave, then name the file and remember where you saved it. Quio does all of this, and more, intuitively while you`re busy doing other things. Quio Passwords sits isolated on ones computer and has zero connection to local networks, nor the Internet, leaving your private data organized in one spot for only the owner to see.