Android AppShot: mSEcure Got Passwords? Get mSecure

If you’re anything like me, then you have a lot of passwords to keep up with. Although many people still use the same password for anything, this has proven time and time again to be one of the worst practices of all time. Now that you have tens if not hundreds of passwords to keep up with, you need a safe place to put them.

One of the best places I’ve found is mSecure. mSecure by mSeven Software provides an easy, safe and secure place to store passwords, account numbers, logins and account numbers. mSecure is available on Android, iOS, Mac and Windows and it’s coming soon for Windows 8.

So what if your phone ends up in the wrong hands. mSecure has you covered. First off, for your protection there is a self destruct option that will kill your entire database if someone tries the wrong password for the app multiple times. Now if you know you’re one of those types that forgets their own password, this functionality can be customized or deactivated all together.

More after the break

There are also multiple back up options for mSecure. There is a backup utility that keeps all your data safe. You can elect to use mSecure’s sync everywhere so you have a password protected record of your passwords.

In the past I’ve been very skeptical of keeping my passwords in a centralized location however mSecure is what we use here and it works.

Here’s a download link from the Android Market. It’s $9.99 but worth it.

One Reply to “Android AppShot: mSEcure Got Passwords? Get mSecure”

  1. I’m glad mSecure is out there. I may need it some day. Over the years I have accumulated a lot of accounts and I maintain a unique password for each one. I do this by permuting specific personal information with the account name. The permutation is non-trivial and the passwords are strong. I’ve stopped remembering passwords – I compute them on demand. When I get tired of this I will give mSecure a try.

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