WEST COLUMBIA, S.C.
- Nov. 1, 2018
-- Leakprobe has released brand new free software, PasswordPal, as part of it's mission to support password security for users. PasswordPal is a free password manager developed for Windows 7/10. It contains all the features of standard password managers, notably autofill for websites, encrypted password storage, password management, and 2FA. What makes PasswordPal unique is it's ability to sync with the Leakprobe leak database and allow users to check whether their credentials they manage with PasswordPal are available from a data breach, and thus increasing password security. PasswordPal also notifies users if new information is found in a data breach. It is fully functional with Google Chrome, and is developed by the password security company Leakprobe.
The software was launched available on many free download sites including Tucows, Softpedia, and CNET, and is the first Windows application developed by the company. The Chrome extension is also available on the Chrome web store. Version 1.0 is already marketed as the "best password manager" due to the advanced capabilities that it possesses and the unique database connection. PasswordPal is 100% free and comes with freeware distribution rights as well as a standard End User Licensing Agreement (EULA).
"This is the first software release by Leakprobe," Public Relations Manager Roy Bollinger gave in a statement. "The key was to do what we set out to do, and prove that we are a part of the password security field, and not some illegitimate website."
PasswordPal will be updated in the future with even more features, although no plans have been announced as of yet. The release of the developmental software is a milestone and cause of celebration for the computer security company Leakprobe. Company details can be found at http://leakprobe.net