Store And Manage Your Passwords Systematically Using S10 Password Vault

Store And Manage Your Passwords Systematically Using S10 Password Vault

Similar to the utility “Efficient Password Manager” which manages all passwords efficiently, here is another useful tool called “S10 Password Vault” that helps you to secure all your critical information in a centralized database.  S10 Password Vault has the ability to store all your sensitive login data (i.e. usernames and passwords) within a secured database which is locked by a master password.

The master password is enhanced with AES algorithm (256-bit). While running the initial setup, the utility will prompt you to set a master password which will basically be used to lock/ unlock the centralized database later. Once you successfully install the application, you need to simply launch it and it will display an easy-to-use interface.

By default, S10 Password Vault contains some predefined categories like Shopping, Email, Banking, Websites etc. that are available for you to select. You can add as many new accounts as you wish by right-clicking on each category. You can store login details (i.e. username and password) along with links of the websites in order to facilitate quick launching.

Apart from copying username and password (login details) to clipboard for future use, the application also allows you to easily launch an online website by simply right-clicking on a specific category and hitting the button “Launch”.  

S10 Password Vault also possesses a number of other useful features such as Account Import/Export, viewing all accounts with the passwords in a few simple clicks and adding/ deleting folders so that you can systematically store and manage your passwords.

You need to have Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0 (or higher) installed on your system for this application to work properly. S10 Password Vault works with Windows Vista and XP and is ideal for personal as well as enterprise use. It can be easily downloaded from the internet.

How Can I Create A BackUp Of Firefox Extensions And Store It In My Computer

Backing up your Browser Settings: MozBackup for Firefox and Thunderbird

Using a browser such as Firefox and/or Thunderbird may be a great experience, but if you have to format your computer, then you lose all your bookmarks and settings and extensions. The only way out seems to be that you have to backup each item individually and this can be quite a tedious process. However, there is a small and handy utility called MozBackup that takes care of all the backing-up you need to do with these browsers.

The purpose of this application is simple and straightforward – it backs-up and/or restores all the customized data for your browsers. Although named MozBackup, this tool works with a few other browsers as well – viz. Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, and Netscape.

Its design and use is also simple – all you have to do is close the browser that you wish to back-up and then launch MozBackup. MozBackup will ask you to choose the function you want to carry out – backup or restore, and then it will ask you to select program, then the profile, and so on. The process for restoring your customized browser profiles is also the same.

This tiny download of around 800K is easily available on the net for free. It is compatible with all Windows platforms.

You can download your copy of MozBackup from this link.