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imgPass 1.0


Unique computer desktop security


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USD $9.95Price :
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3/26/2010Date Added :
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imgPass was fully tested by TopShareware Labs. It does not contain any kind of malware, adware and viruses.
imgPass is a unique concept in Desktop Protection! You Don't have to type in a password. When imgPass runs you merely click on designated areas of the "brass light house". The correct sequence of mouse clicks is all that is needed to gain access to your desktop. Its small size, ease of use and total lack of learning curve will make a believer out of you!?

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    imgpass was just what we needed
    First of all, I tried the trial version and was very impressed so i purchased the program for $9.95. My father (who is elderly now) doesn't see the keyboard too well so it is perfect for him to just click his way to the desktop. I have a son who can't stay off the computer so now he has to ask for permission. Lastly, i have a young daughter who loves making music on the keyboard. I do a lot of work at home so now when I go out to water the dog or do a quick chore, I just run the program and don't have to worry about my daughter typing in nonsense on my word document or excel sheets and I don't have to close them in the middle of something. You can also have your copy of imgpass custom made with your own picture. I paid another $9.95 for this service and now have my wife's picture in place of the brass light house and I get to "click her around" some each day (sorry, LOL just had to mention that). Seriously though, this program will lock your desktop and your keyboard and if you don't click the right places then you aren't getting to your desktop. I am very impressed and satisfied with my purchase! I would and do recommend imgpass to anyone who has the need to keep someone off of their computer and its kind of fun when you try and click the wrong place to see if you can still get in :) One other thing I like is that it seems like everyone here can remember the clicks. It has only been a week now but no one has forgot the click pattern yet. I have so many passwords to remember that it is refreshing to not have to remember more numbers and letters etc...
    Author: drew on Thursday, April 8, 2010
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