Sticky Password Introduces Its Free Password Manager and Form Filler

March 22, 2011

Sticky Password FREE, the free version of the popular password manager and online form filler, was officially launched today. The new product includes both the PC-based application as well as the portable version and is free to use for individuals and small businesses.

(Vocus/PRWEB) March 21, 2011

Lamantine Software announced the launch of Sticky Password FREE ““ the free version of its popular password manager and online form filler. The new product includes both the PC-based application as well as the portable version and is free to use for individuals and small businesses. Sticky Password FREE is a comprehensive password management solution for consumers who are looking for another option or who simply want a free product that gives them all the features they need.

“Online security has reached a critical point for the broad community of Internet users,” declared Petr Bilek, Managing Director of Lamantine Software. “Over the past year, surveys conducted by antivirus companies, as well as major password exploits like Twitter, Gawker and Facebook, and even the 4th grader who hacked his school’s online blackboard system reveal that most people still don’t take a serious approach to their passwords. With Sticky Password FREE, we’ve removed any last excuses demanding consumers may have. Users won’t have to compromise between the immediate gratification and ease of remembering one password and protecting their identities online ““ and it’s free.”

Sticky Password FREE is the latest product introduced by Lamantine Software. The team includes Tomas Hofer, co-founder of Grisoft (now AVG Technologies) and leader of the team that introduced the first full free security software more than 10 years ago. “It’s all about consumer awareness of a current security problem. A decade ago, it was anti-virus software and today it’s about passwords. We are releasing Sticky Password FREE to help people solve a problem that they are only beginning to see impacts them. Good passwords have to become an automatic practice ““ like brushing your teeth. We are confident that Sticky Password FREE is the convenient solution that users have been waiting for.”

Sticky Password FREE enables computer users get over the barrier of bad password habits like reusing the same password on multiple sites or using passwords that are easy to guess. Surveys and analyses of revealed passwords consistently show that users continue to be careless in their approach to passwords and that this is directly related to keeping their identities safe online. That is why the goal of the company is to provide PC users with quality security tools and to educate them about good password practices and their role in their own security. For an extended introductory time, Sticky Password FREE is available only at http://www.stickypassword.com and Softpedia.

About Sticky Password

Sticky Password has been storing passwords and making people more productive since 2001. In addition to managing and encrypting your passwords and personal data, Sticky Password provides exceptional one-click online form filling. The small installation package incorporates the industry’s most powerful encryption algorithms and provides effective protection against phishing schemes, concealed key-loggers and identity theft. Each license also includes the Sticky Password portable version for use on a memory device like a USB flash memory stick. At home and on the road, your passwords and other sensitive personal data are secure and accessible only by you.

About Lamantine Software

Lamantine Software specializes in developing applications in the areas of computer security and usability. Our goal is to make exceptional software that is practical and fun to use! Combining both security and convenience, Sticky Password is the right solution for even the most demanding customers. Our products are available in several languages and quickly are becoming an integral part of the web experience around the world.

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