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MashedLife.com – Password Management System

Isn’t it too hard to keep up with the many new sites that launch everyday? With each new site, you have to create a new identity (with a username and password) to get the most out of it. If you’re tired of this, and you need help remembering all your different passwords, you should check out Mashedlife.

 

com. With this free service, you’ll be able to quickly manage all your different passwords, making it possible for you to keep up with all your different online identities. The service claims to be secure, so you don’t have to worry about it revealing your passwords to anyone. The site works by you installing a toolbar. With this, you’ll be able to click on the log in button every time you’re on a site. For instance: the toolbar will know you’re on the Facebook homepage. Just click on the button and it will log you in with the appropriate username and password.

MashedLife.com In Their Own Words

“Mashed life is a a true web-based secure password management service, free & incredibly simple.”

Mashed Life is your zero-depencency account manager, no need to install any plug-in, client sofware. Access from any browser, any PC or iPhone.

Mashed Life also helps users to share selected accounts with family members and co-workers securely without telling them your passwords. It enhances collaboration but preserves privacy.

Why MashedLife.com It Might Be A Killer

This is a great idea. It makes it so easy to log into a page, that you’ll find yourself constantly using it.

Some Questions About MashedLife.com

Is this really secure for a public computer? Don’t most people use similar usernames and passwords for their accounts?

That’s why we support Yubikey logon!

https://mashedlife.com/yubikey.php

Updates

– Yubikey for strong authentication, immune from key loggers

– APIs available for developers to use the service with customized GUI

– It helps not only the busy or forgetful types but also the seniors, kids to enjoy their gaming, social, photo and learning sites without typing in any long & complex passwords.

Author : Fred Inman

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