The Chica Password Manager, as evident from the name, is a software that acts like a digital keyring – it stores all your passwords from different websites that require logging in or authentication, but it also serves other purposes and functions aside from its main intent. It can be purchased, online (digital copy) or even procured from a software store, but also offers a free 30-day trial which has no limitations aside from a time limit. However, should the trial license expire, the passwords stored in the software is not compromised, although you’d need to purchase a license key to continue using its great features.
Among its list of capabilities include the capability to create a randomized password, which passes most websites’ stringent security requirements on passwords, thus minimizing the possibility of a brute-force hacking. Aside from this, the Chica Password Manager can import passwords from your accounts in websites and other programs (such as from Microsoft Outlook), can automatically log you in on sites that require logging in, and you can even organize your passwords in groups or categories to save you time. Finally, you can set up the software to auto-fill online forms with your information, and features a robust security package that protects your personal data.
Our users primarily use Chica Password Manager to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files Chica Password Manager can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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