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April 4, 2010

IObit releases Random Password Generator

Allows users to add ID for the password

By CBR Staff Writer

IObit has released Random Password Generator, which it claims to generate strong passwords for privacy protection for free.

The company said that the new offering can store randomly generated passwords in database and allows users to add an ID for the password and editable remark to remind where the password shall be used.

According to IObit, the Random Password Generator was developed with the company’s security technology to help computer users keep their privacy by generating strong and easy to manage random passwords. It requires an entrance password when accessing the tool to keep password management untouched by other people. It is designed for Windows 7, Vista, XP and 2000.

Hugo Dong, president of IObit, said: You can generate random password with secure elements included to make your password strong and then you can store the generated password in your database where you can manage the password by adding matched ID and remark. Strong and easy to use password creation and management are what we want to guard your privacy.

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