New free password manager, PasswordPal screenshots revealed

Freeware designed to offer all the functionality of a quality (expensive) password manager is being released by Leakprobe next week. Screenshots for the software have been provided.
STAINES, U.K. - Oct. 1, 2018 - PRLog -- Leakprobe, an Internet security startup small business that recently created a service allowing users to search the largest plain-text database of leaked user data in the world, is showing it's commitment to the "whitehat" password security field. Developers have released screenshots for their first free password manager, a software that stores, auto-fills, and protects credentials that are used online.

A unique feature of PasswordPal is it's synchronization with the Leakprobe database, notifying users if their username or email is found in a new public data breach. The program has all the traditional features of a password manager -- two factor authentication, password rating and generation, auto-fill forms, importing settings, and encrypted storage. PasswordPal, which is scheduled for official release next week, will be offered for free as the best password manager free alternative to it's competition due to it's simplicity and elegance.

"We want it to be so easy a senior citizen could use it," Chief Programmer Harry Seldoms officiated.

The software landing page is also located at

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