Free PIN manager that provides essential 256-bit encryption to keep data safe from prying eyes.
PIN Manager Review
by on March 14, 2010
If you just want a program to keep a list of your personal data safe then this will suffice. It may feel like you’re buying an ASDA own-brand tin of beans but that doesn’t mean what’s inside isn’t tasty enough to keep you satisfied.
Effectively PIN Manager just provides a way to store an organised list of password and encrypted data. There are a good number of presets, such as credit cards, WLAN details but nothing really differentiates between them. It would have been better just to let you edit the list yourself or treat them as filters.
A couple of neat additions do help, you can attach five photographs to each card, while the whole lot can be synchronised with a central server. But how much trust you’d put in Valuephone to safely store your data is up to you. There’s no support for protecting files, any more flexible ways of inputting data or organising the entries you make, which slots this tool into the bracket of basic but usable.
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