We recently released Internet Password Manager and are currently running a time-limited promotion where you can get it for only $14.95 (that’s 40% of the standard price of $24.95). Hurry up and buy your copy now – it includes free minor version upgrade (i.e. you’ll get all version 1.x upgrades free of charge).
Internet Password Manager 1.0 has been released.
Internet Password Manager securely stores all your web site passwords using government-grade 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard.
The program has been designed to be simple – there are no complicated options and adding a new password entry is a task that you accomplish with only two mouse clicks.
The free version stores up to 15 password entries and the full version stores an unlimited number of entries. As an introductory offer you can buy the full version for only $14.95 for a limited time (http://www.misec.net/order/)
Here’s a useful utility you’ll want to have on hand when analyzing compromised or possibly compromised machines:
Process Explorer by SysInternals (recently acquired by Microsoft)
This is the most powerful process viewer, bar none, and what we use on our lab machines when analyzing trojans. Especially useful is the ability to search all handles and DLLs as this helps in locating trojan modules that are loaded into other processes.