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    I'm looking for something that I could put information in like credit card numbers and such. I've looked at Secret! and while it does the function I think $19 is a little much to spend for basically and encrypted memo pad.

    Anyone have any suggestions?
    Bill Harrison
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    Try MultiPass!
    it's free.
    www.blueiceresearch.com
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    Originally posted by akur
    Try MultiPass!
    it's free.
    www.blueiceresearch.com
    Looks pretty interesting but 340+K on the Visor seems like a lot for that function.
    Bill Harrison
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    I just had a look at the Multipass site, and it says on the PalmOS page that...

    We recommend using version 3.5 and newer of the Palm operating system.
    Anyone tried it on 3.1?
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    I've been using STRIP for a while. Does the job and its free.
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    I just had a look at the Multipass site, and it says on the PalmOS page that...


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    We recommend using version 3.5 and newer of the Palm operating system.
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    Anyone tried it on 3.1?


    I currently use it on my Visor Deluxe. It works great!

    The 4-bit grayscale folder images don't look too good unless you're running something like NoStreakHack or another program that resets the screen refresh rate.

    Anyway, I like it better than Strip.
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    There's a LOT of these types of applications. I am still waiting for one with a good Mac to Palm conduit, but that may take forever.

    Anyways, here's a short list of ones that I have played with:

    Secret
    MultiAccounts (my favorite thus far)
    Strip
    Cryptinfo
    Password Store
    web confidential

    There's a bigger list at:

    http://www.palmspot.com/software/Utility/Security/

    What I've been looking for in these applications are:

    1) Interface (it has to be easy to use)

    2) Security (is it using encryption? NOTE that some apps, such as ThinkDB add-ons do NOT use encryption)

    3) Import/Export capabilities. I find the most secure place to store passwords is printed on paper and put into a safe. But that is just my opinion.

    4) A good mac conduit. I have yet to find one.
    We're all naked if you turn us inside out.
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    In my experience, MobileSAFE, from HandMark is the best. It has a capable Windows program to make edits easy and it's a very complete program. It was called "Mobile Account Manager" by MobileGeneration, but I think that HandMark bought it from them.

    Among the things that I like about it is the templates for each type of information stored. For example, if you select "applications" to store shareware registration numbers, it asks you for that data, not a login name or something irrelevant.

    I'm not much on the freeform encryption programs like Secret! but a friend of mine likes that program a lot.

    - Dave
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