Secman is a command-line password manager that helps you create, store, manage and synchronize your passwords. It is a secure and easy-to-use tool that helps you protect your online accounts.
Secman uses AES encryption to protect your passwords and implements security middleware to block certain types of attacks such as XSS and SQL injection. This ensures that your passwords are protected from unauthorized access.
To start using Secman, you must first create an account. Then you can start adding passwords to your account. When adding a password, you can enter your account name, site name, password and notes.
Secman also allows you to sync your passwords between different devices. This is useful if you use multiple devices such as a computer, laptop and phone.
Secman is a secure and easy-to-use password manager that helps you protect your online accounts. If you're looking for a way to improve the security of your online accounts, Secman is a great choice.
Here are a few other benefits of using Secman:
- Secman is free to use.
- Secman is available for Windows, macOS and Linux.
- Secman uses AES encryption to protect your passwords.
- Secman implements security middleware to block certain types of attacks such as XSS and SQL injection.
- Secman allows you to synchronize your passwords between different devices.
- Secman is easy to use.
If you are looking for a secure and easy-to-use password manager, Secman is a great choice.
|Product details of Secman|
|Producer (software list)||Secman|
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|AVG and NOD32||Check of the day 21.10.2023, the file is safe|
|File size||11,20 MB|
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