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License:
Shareware (Free to try)
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1.46 MB
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1804
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
Rising Sun Solutions Inc(more)
FindMySoft Editor's Review
ImagiPass – Interesting Way to Keep Your Passwords Protected
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The only thing that keeps the bad guys out of your various online accounts (email account or social networking account for example) is a properly strong password. That is why security experts tell us to select a long password made up of letters, numbers and special characters – as opposed to choosing a dictionary word as your password, or an easily guessable password, like your dog’s name.

Passwords protect your data, your online accounts, your treasured info. But what’s protecting your password? Well, this is where specialized software applications come in – password managers. They ensure your password remains protected and confidential. After all, what’s the point of having a password if everyone knows it?

Once such application is the Rising Sun Solutions-developed application ImagiPass, that weighs in at little under 1.5MB (so the download should complete in a blink). A regular password manager stores all your various passwords in one place, encrypts the whole thing, and password protects the encrypted database. This way you need only remember one password, the password for the password manager.

ImagiPass takes a novel approach to password management. The software doesn’t store your passwords, it stores “foolproof picture mnemonics in your own head.” You use these picture mnemonics to create, recall and enter passwords. When you select an image combo, a password is created. You can use that password to protect an online account. When you want to access that online account, just bring up ImagiPass, select the same image combo, and you’re in.

The whole thing goes something like this:
  • You want to access your Gmail account for example. So you go to the login page, type in your username and select the password box.
  • Now press the Ctrl + Alt + P hotkey to bring up ImagiPass. Alternatively the ImagiPass icons will appear when you select the password box and you can just click that icon.
  • Now select the picture mnemonics to enter the password for your Gmail account.

Here’s he downside: for every password you have to set up picture mnemonics and remember them. If you can’t remember a long list of passwords, how are you supposed to remember a long list of picture mnemonics? ImagiPass is easy to use and worked just fine during our testing, but all this is useless if you’re going to forget the picture combo you set up to protect a password.

Pros
  • Simple to use
  • Works in the background
  • Provides strong passwords

Cons
  • Free to use only during the 15-day trial period
  • You have to remember a whole bunch of image combos


You can download ImagiPass free here.
About the author: George Norman
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ImagiPass Editor's Review Rating
ImagiPass has been reviewed by George Norman on 24 Mar 2010. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated ImagiPass 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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