Magic Passwords is a little tool that helps you to remember passwords by storing pictorial hints.
Nowadays, every site needs an account with a username and password. Ideally each one of them has its own unique combination so that when one combination is compromised, the others won't be affected.
A general user can easily have dozens of accounts and remembering all the different combinations is becoming an almost impossible task.
There are a lot of "password vault" type of apps that help to solve this problem by storing all passwords in a "password vault". Combinations in the vault can be unlocked by providing a master password when requested. This approach is fine, except when the master password itself is compromised, which in turn reveals all the password combinations stored.
The concept of Magic Passwords is simple. It only stores pictorial hints instead of the passwords. For example, one can store a picture of a house when he/she wants to use the street name or community name where the house is located as part of his/her password. Or a picture of a pet when the name of the pet is used. Possibilities are unlimited! As a result, other people looking at those random pictures is very unlikely to guess what they mean. Even NSA won't be able to crack them!
Note: Due to the fact that actual passwords are not stored, if you do not remember what the picture means yourself, there is no way the passwords can be recovered.
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Magic Passwords is a free software application from the System Maintenance subcategory, part of the System Utilities category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2014-12-21. The program can be installed on Android.
Magic Passwords (version 0.6.5) has a file size of 2.10 MB and is available for download from our website.
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