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Account Manager
Author: Crystal Clear (H.E.S) Submitted: 17th January, 2004 Favourites:0
Genre: Application Downloads: 41

Edited By Crystal Clear (H.E.S) on 1/18/2004

Account Manager:
Account Manager is a little program i originally made for me to store all my Usernames and Passwords for websites, but i thought ill share it with you guys .
Got too many Accounts for websites? keep forgetting your Password or Username? then look no further.
Account Manager stores upto 50 Accounts, enter the Website, Username, Password and Information for each account. each category is colour coded for easy-on-the-eyes viewing. Perfect for clickers, you may have an account at TK, KM, Acoders, Natomic, TDC, KA e.t.c

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Posted by Crystal Clear (H.E.S) 19th January, 2004

lol sam, go and have sex with pro Trolley, we both know you love it ;)
Posted by Joshtek 19th January, 2004

I wont even download this unless I am assured this has password protection and encryption for all my passwords :)
Posted by DEC Stuff 19th January, 2004

Hey I made a program JUST like this, called DEC Password tools! Theres a new version coming out that encrypts files and automatically launches these things.
Posted by Jatzek(DreamEvil Corp) 19th January, 2004

lol Phizzy Games... I will never tell anyone, what's the password to my little e-mail... not even to a guy who made a program like this... no no... I won't tell noone that the password is ILOVEHAMBURGERSMORETHENYOUDO ... I will won't tell this to noone!
Posted by Crystal Clear (H.E.S) 19th January, 2004

Lol, it doesnt send them to me, if you want i can send you the source and you can see for yourself :)
Posted by DEC Stuff 19th January, 2004

Thats what peoples concers where with mine too.
Posted by Chamzel 20th January, 2004

The Intel Pentium 3, 4, and above all send information from your computer over to Microsoft and other people, and people still buy and use those. :) Any of you who have Pentium processors in your computer must be feeling rather bad about your comments now! (But personally, I use AMD Durons and Athelons... stupid cheap computers. :p )
Posted by Lew 21st January, 2004

You, my friend, are an idiot. Processors do not have control over the interweb.





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