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Roboform2Go

Roboform2Go
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5 reviews

Apr, 2014

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Roboform2Go

 

If you are like me, you have a few different passwords and user names that you use on various web sites. Some are for entry to discussion forums or user groups and others are for key financial data websites. Do you ever forget which ones you use for a...

Roboform has won numerous awards for its design and power. You can buy Roboform2go at: www.roboform.com The Software, license and USB key will set you back $49.00. There are also other combinations of free downloads and multiple licenses available on...

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Roboform2Go Review

 

If you are like me, you have a few different passwords and user names that you use on various web sites Some are for entry to discussion forums or user groups

This is a very useful and convenient way to take your personal information with you If you are concerned with leaving a ‘trail’ of information behind on your PC (or on your work PC) this can be an invaluable tool Roboform truly does allow you to take...

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RoboForm2Go

 

Do you have to many passwords to remember them all? Are you worried about your personal information security if someone were to steal your passwords? Sure, we all are and that's where password managers come in. Few people use password managers,...

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Review: RoboForm2Go Pro

 

The idea of RoboForm2Go is that you can create a vault of website username/password/URL combinations (they call them passcards) on a trusted computer, and then carry around this data on a USB drive so that you can safely surf from an

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Roboform2Go - Store All Your Passwords

 

I probably have 100 different passwords I use daily, and while some are automatically stored on my computer, or the nonsense notecard where I pretend to jot them down, I have gone into that nail-biting "OMG I can't log on!" panic a few too many times...