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ImagiPass Editor's Review

I've seen many password generators lately but I was never impressed by them until now. As you probably guessed, 'ImagiPass' is a password generator.

Unlike other password generators, this one doesn't offer you a bunch of characters to remember. This one lets you create you passwords from eight sets of pictures, each set containing as many as sixty-four pictures. The categories of the pictures are 'Animals', 'Calendar', 'Cars', 'Characters', 'Countries', 'Food', 'Names', and 'Sports'. Besides selecting the appropriate photos, you have to select the approximate length of the password. The minimum length of a password can be of eight characters and the maximum length cam be sixty-four.

By remembering pictures it will be easier to remember passwords. As for the ones who are better with numbers than with pictures, they can go to the 'Characters' category and choose the numbers corresponding to their birth date, for example. The biggest plus of this program is the portability. You can take it with you on a portable USB stick, for example. This means that you can still use your passwords on different computers without needing to remember the password or even type it because it can be inserted by the program itself or by the basic copy-paste function. In this case you don't have to fear for key-loggers.

Pluses: It is portable and very easy to use.

Drawbacks / flaws:

In conclusion: If you need a password generator, give it try! It works very well.

version reviewed: 1.0

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