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Norton Password Manager or Similar For Mac


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Is there any mac program like this:
http://www.symantec.com/passwordmanager/

Please note: Not only does this STORE passwords/logins; which is common in tons of Mac programs ----but it automatically detects when you are on a site that you've saved userid/password on and POPS-UP an option to autofill your password.

Basically, you never have to enter user/id password AND you never need to actually click on a program to open stored id's---it pops up automatically.

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Symantec’s Norton™ Password Manager 2004 keeps your passwords secure and easy to manage. It can store passwords and other personal information for each member of your family. Then it automatically retrieves the data needed for email logins, shopping orders, banking, and other online activities—all from the safety of your own PC.
It appears that the program you are speaking of does store pass words that the other programs.

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Yes-- It's only for PC. Anything similar for MAC.

Note the "AUTOMATICALLY" enters your passwords/login's part. That's the big benefit.

Others just store em; this automatically prompts you to fill in. Huge time saver
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