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Countdown To Christmas: Internet Password Organizer

With everything being on the internet nowadays, it really seems like you need a password for almost everything you do. Now, for security reason, you should not use the same password twice, make it with both numbers and letters, and you should change your passwords at least every six months.  I don’t know about you, but I belong to several places that I need passwords for, and it is seriously hard to figure out how to keep it all straight.  This is where the Internet Password Organizer comes to the rescue. Why should you use the Internet Password Organizer?  First, no one can hack into it on you.  Nothing is worse than having your computer compromised and the hackers being able to get into everything.  This provides you with a single centralized location in which to store all your online account login information, and the tabbed sheets makes it super easy to find what you are looking for.  Also, I have had my hard drive fail.  If that is the only place you have your passwords saved, you are in big trouble.  This notebook is also very discrete.  Without opening it, most people won’t even know what’s in it.  It also is better than sticky notes all over your computer monitor (now, I know lots of people who do this).  There is even sections that allow you to put in your ISP information, your email settings, your wireless network and router information, and any software licenses you have.

Now, I know a lot of you are wanting one of these, so I will be giving one of these to two lucky winners! Here’s what you need to do:

1. Leave a comment on this post. Go check out the Internet Password Organizer and tell me what feature you would like the best and/or why you want this.
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This giveaway will end on December 7 at 8:00 pm CST is available to US residents only. Good luck!

115 thoughts on “Countdown To Christmas: Internet Password Organizer”

  1. I love there are spots to put computer info too- and declutter the piles of passwords written down- that somehow get lost anyway

  2. I would love this because I have numerous accounts with different websites & I am constantly forgetting my passwords. I would feel relief having this by my laptop so I can log into my accounts.

  3. Boy, could I use this one. Some days, I come close to forgetting my own name, much less my passwords and user names and what not. Nice giveaway.

  4. I would love this, but I know at this point, my daughter needs it more then I do, so it would be a great Christmas gift!
    Thanks for a great contest ! :mrgreen:

  5. I LOVE this! The perfect size that I can carry in my purse! I need this because I am always reformatting my pc and I have to email a LOT of sites to get my passwords & reg. keys. This would be MUCH easier!

  6. The Internet Password Organizer™ provides you with a single centralized location in which to store all your online account login information.

  7. I love this! You can tell a lot of thought went into making it, it has everything you need. I like the license manager, that would come in so handy for me.

  8. I am absolutely security nuts. I tweak my ports , only use SSL when purchasing on line and more. BUT my passwords are strewn all over the place.
    It takes a certain type of format to be able to properly store passwords effectively and this organizer is the best I've seen.
    Love to win it.

  9. My disabled but wonderful wife of more than 38 years has trouble remembering things – email addressess – passwords – telephone numbers – peoples names – this would make a great prize for her with her need for memory help. thank you for this wonderful prize and contest!

  10. Liked this feature: The spiral-binding allows the book to be opened flat so you can write the full width of each page. I tiried to subscribe to your e-mail but couldn't figure out how to do it.

  11. I like that provides you with a single centralized location in which to store all your online account login information.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  12. I love the fact that it has Reinforced laminate tabs keep your information organized and easy to retrieve. My hubby and I badly need one of these because it is so difficult to keep track of all our passwords. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  13. I would love this because it would be one place where I could safely keep all my passwords on. I constantly have to ask for my passwords when I go back to a site I haven't been on in awhile.

  14. What a great idea! I like that everything would be centrally located. Now I have passwords and usernames written on a bunch of notes underneath my keyboard.

  15. The Internet Password Organizer™ provides you with a single centralized location in which to store all your online account login information – perfect for my hubby!

  16. I need this because I have my passwords EVERYWHERE and I really need them in just ONE place 🙄

    Thanks for a great giveaway

  17. I don't know how many times I've lost my passwords because I always put them in a safe place but then forget where that is. This book would help me keep them all in one secure place.

  18. I somewhat do this already in my "use for everything in my life" notebook. My problem with that is I scribble the password and username down on anypage I can find with space. Sometimes I even forget to put down what account or webpage it is for. This would be a life saver to put them all organized in one space.

  19. I like the size 8×5 and the laminate tabs. Also, it lays flat and I can bend it backwards easily. This will be great! No more post-it notes!

  20. I have so many different password for work and at home. It is hard to keep them all straight. This is the perfect solution since there is so much space to organize my list.

  21. I need to get this for my mom. She is new to the computer and is always forgetting her passwords. Then she has to call me up because she can't figure out how to reset it! I think this would help her out.

  22. 😈 I like the spiral bound. It makes it easier to write in. IThis would help me remember all of my passwords. I cant keep track of them. I'm having to request new ones all the time.

  23. I like the tab feature – it sure would be nice to throw away my little book that I have to go page by page to find passwords. Thanks for the opportunity for me to get better organized.

  24. I really would like this for my darling husband, he has all his passwords on post-its and it is the biggest mess, you cannot tell heads or tails out of it. Please let me win. Thanks

  25. My kids have a hundred passwords each (and there is 3 of them) or it at least seems like it. They always have crazy names and if they do bother to write them down (I'll remember it mom!) they write it on a scrap paper and they always get lost!

  26. I have the worst memory of anyone I know,this would be
    great I have alot of passwords to keep up with.Please enter
    me and thanks for the nice giveaway 😛

  27. I have little pieces of paper all over with this important information on. I like that the size of 5.5×8 is NOT small so it won't be tucked away! Thanks for the chance to see. I didn't know they mde these things.

  28. I sometimes visit people who don't 'do wireless' in their houses, so I'm stuck, trying to remember all my passwords for the sites I have on my laptop. I'd love to have those important sites listed in one of these and take it with me to those few places. Thanks!

  29. The feature I would like the best is the bonus sections that provide you with space to record relevant information about your Internet service provider, home network, and software licenses.

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