Many of the world’s largest companies that consumers deal with daily have proven incapable of protecting personal data, including Anthem Insurance, Sony, Yahoo, Target, Home Depot, eBay, Facebook, WWE Network, Zappos, Evernote, Sonic and LinkedIn. Hackers even forced the resignation of the Equifax CEO when they obtained the personal data of over 145 million U.S. consumers, including the credit card numbers of hundreds of thousands of people.
Password breaches can lead to direct access to your bank account numbers, PINs, credit card accounts, home address, Social Security number, income tax data, social media and email accounts, and don’t forget all your other passwords as well.
To help protect you in these fraught times, iolo technologies offers ByePass password encryption and management, a part of the total security and performance package Phoenix 360. ByePass is a secure password manager that also helps protect your online purchases. With ByePass, malicious intermediaries are also thwarted from stealing your credit card info because the numbers are locally encrypted and only deployed as needed to make purchases.
Never again will you need to insecurely type or store passwords and credit cards in your web browser where keyloggers and hackers can steal them. ByePass helps prevent dangerous password breaches by offering a hassle-free way to securely store your passwords and credit cards with military-grade encryption.
Never forget another password and throw away dangerous password lists. ByePass also ensures the adequacy of your passwords by automatically assessing the security level of your passwords. You can also cease typing passwords—ByePass will autofill them, and even think them up for you with its password generator feature. And with the remote log out feature, you can securely and easily sign out of all websites from wherever you are.
Protect yourself from malicious password and credit card hacks while making your life easier with ByePass, the secure password manager that lets you stop thinking up, remembering and typing passwords once and for all.
Note: Due to recent widespread data breaches, many passwords have been sold by digital culprits over the Internet, which means it may be difficult to keep your passwords truly private without using a secure password manager.