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January 21, 2009 Amanda 0 Comments

Works For Me Wednesday

I don’t know about you, but I have what seems like a billion passwords (probably closer to 100) that I have to remember and well over 20 that I use on a daily basis. Just remembering ten unique passwords is difficult enough, let alone 20+ DAILY.  It’s nearly impossible. I do my bill paying online, most of my shopping, and run my website online (of course.) Luckily, there are a few programs out there that do the remembering for me. FireFox will remember most passwords, but not all of them.  Roboform, the handy tool bar that automatically fills in the dozens of forms we freebie queens fill out in a day, also remembers up to 10 passwords after the trial period runs out. But that’s just 10. What about the other 90 passwords people like me have to remember?

Enter my new favorite toy. Passpack. Simple to use, remembers up 100 passwords in their FREE version, keeps all of your passwords in a logo neat list (which works better than my messy hand written list), saves logins and private notes also, no computer installation needed; just sign up and get started. For $15 a year you can get the premium package and save up to 1000 passwords, logins, and private notes.


For those of you who are security minded, Passpack cannot unlock your private data. It’s sealed up tight with your “Packing Key.”  Passpack uses a US Government approved algorithm to encrypt your passwords and private data; only you hold the Packing Key and only that Packing Key can open the encryption.

Passpack saves more than just your passwords, logins, and private notes (as if that weren’t enough); but also your Frequent Flyer Miles, registration numbers, travel ideas, and anything else you would like to keep private…say your hubby’s Valentine’s Day gift ideas?? You can access Passpack from anywhere in the world that has an internet connection since there are no physical parts and doesn’t require downloading anything.

Passpack features the handy 1 Click Login, which sits in your bookmarked pages. Once you login to Passpack, anytime you need to use Passpack to login to a website, simply click the button, and Passpack will log you in. It’s that simple and I love it. In fact, I can’t imagine life without it now that I’ve tried it…and I’m sure you won’t be able to either.

So answer this question for me, How many passwords do YOU have to remember?

Be Honest.
Subscribe to have this delivered to your inbox or RSS feed and comment with your answer (let me know you subscribed or your answer wont count).  The 5 highest numbers will be given a FREE year of Passpack’s Premium Service.

So Enter and Have Fun, I look forward to seeing who has the most:) Contest ends Saturday, January 31 at 9pm.

For More Great Works For Me Wednesday ideas, visit Shannon at Rocks in My Dryer!

Be sure to enter to win your choice of Slimpressions also!

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  1. Jill
    January 22, 2009 - 6:47 am

    I had to laugh when I saw this give-away. Couldn’t have been more perfect timing since my hubby last night was in a panic because he couldn’t remember his email password that he just changed and couldn’t get online.

    Because of our jobs websites etc are a must. Me, I have to have well over 75. But my hubby, whom I would want this for, has to have well over 300. His job requires a ton of research, etc. We tried writing them in a notebook but he either A. forgets to write it down or B. loses the notebook. What a blessing this would be!


  2. carole
    January 22, 2009 - 6:56 am

    I think I have about 60 or so, and use about 20 on a daily basis. I’m sure I have more, but I don’t want to overinflate. I’m cutting down on some of my internet time. This total just includes mine, not my hubbys or the kids. I will subscribe to your feed.



  3. dcp511
    January 28, 2009 - 11:41 pm

    Really good read, nice to read a good blog at last!


  4. Lennie Jarratt
    January 30, 2009 - 9:33 pm

    I have to keep track of just over 300. I currently use RoboForm to help with that. I subscribed to you feed as well.


  5. Cindy
    January 30, 2009 - 9:40 pm

    I have subscribed to your RSS.
    This guess is probably low but I have at least 70 passwords.


  6. Bonnie Sayers
    January 30, 2009 - 9:59 pm

    I just subscribed to this blog and I have many passwords like sites, message boards and online shopping sites. I would say about 85 I have.


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