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Strip - Password Manager

Strip is a highly rated Password Manager and Data Vault. Known as the Secure Tool for Recalling Important Passwords, Strip has been protecting sensitive information on mobile devices for over 12 years, since the early days of the venerable Palm Pilot. It protects your passwords, financials, and personal information from unauthorized access by would-be crackers, malicious thieves and snoopy coworkers. Strip keeps your information secure, yet always at your fingertips. FEATURES: 256-bit AES Encryption and secure password protection for 100% of your data Personalized categories to match your organizational style Customizable entries including usernames, passwords, websites, notes, etc, or create your own fields Store any information you want - no restrictive templates required! Full text searching and recently-viewed entry list Shake-n-Make password generator Quick copy / paste between applications Launch websites, telephone calls, and emails straight from App 40 professionally designed color icons for personalizing categories and entries Native look and easy to use interface that is similar to built-in iPhone applications Synchronization and backup over WiFi with the free Strip Sync companion for Mac OS X and Windows FREE WITH YOUR PURCHASE: Strip Sync is a free desktop application for Mac OS X and Windows that lets you synchronize your information over WiFi between multiple devices (e.g both an iPhone and an iPad), backup your data, import, and export from CSV spreadsheet files. Be sure to download your FREE copy of Strip Sync today at http://getstrip.com/strip-sync and backup your data regularly! SECURITY YOU CAN TRUST: Strip is the only Password Manager and Data Vault that uses open source, peer-reviewed full-database encryption technology. Called SQLCipher, the data store for Strip uses established security practices like CBC mode encryption, PBKDF2 key derivation, randomized initialization vectors, and unique per-database salts. It further takes advantage of the widely trusted and peer-reviewed OpenSSL for cryptographic functions.

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