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myPMTool - Password Management Tool

myPMTool - Password Management Tool


myPMTool is a content management system to store your passwords easily. This system is designed and tested for almost all browser types including IE6 and mobile devices. You can store your login informations about websites, and categorize all of them. You can also generate strong passwords while adding your passwords to this system and check whether password is secure or not. – see features and security lists below

Public User Demo:
Username: demo | Password: demo

Public Admin Demo:
Username: admin | Password: admin
(Note that these accounts are public and restricted so some functionalities have been disabled.)

You can register your own private account from the system to see and test some of these disabled functionalities.



Features

Automated Installation Wizard
Secured against unauthorized access
Secure Login System (Hash+salt encryption)
Secure Encryption for your account informations (AES)
Strong password generator and checker
Easy Customization
Well designed CMS System
Responsive & Fluid Design
Responsive menu design
Responsive form elements
Works perfect on any mobile device
Compatible for all known browsers!
Clean & Modern Interface
10 CSS based themes included
Helpful & Informative Admin Panel
No limit to store your passwords
Well designed draggable delete buttons
Search with autocomplete feature
Exportable search result and password list
Much more..

Security

This product has passed successfully the test for over 100,000 xss and sql vulnerabilities
All forms and fields carefully checked on the server side
AJAX requests detected and allowed only on the server side for the security
Secure Login System (Hash+salt encryption)
Secure Encryption for your account informations (AES)
Strong password generator and checker

Compatible Browsers

PHP 4.3 and above with mcrypt: Most hosting providers support mcrypt extension with php on their servers by default, make sure you have mcrypt installed and active on your server by checking phpinfo() to run this tool successfully. If not please try to enable mcrypt by uncommenting extension=php_mcrypt.dll from your php.ini file.
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