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    Ascendo Datavault - 1/2 off pricing

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    I've been looking at the various password programs and am ready to make a purchase. On Ascendo's website they say they have a special offer:

    Comparison Shopper? Click here to download our Feature Comparison Matrix. Fill it out for one competing product and purchase Ascendo DataVault at 50% off (Limited Time Offer) Contact Us

    I've downloaded the matrix and contacted them, but haven't heard anything back. Any idea how long they usually take to respond?

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    Bill
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    They have some quick response times, but it is the weekend so go figure

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    You should have a look at the Open Source KeePass - it's free, available for pretty much every operating system you can name, and easily the most secure password management solution available!


    From a previous post of mine:

    "KeePass by the Open Source Community
    http://keepassbb.sourceforge.net/ota/keepassbb.jad

    Offering security that rivals that of high-end Governements, KeePass is the ultimate password-management tool, allowing you to store your passwords safetly and securely...

    Also available for computers/other mobile devices at:
    http://www.keepass.info"



    ~ Posted wirelessly from my BlackBerry 8800 (http://wap.pinstack.com) ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSCStacker View Post
    They have some quick response times, but it is the weekend so go figure

    Yeah, well I didn't contact them over the weekend.... go figure.

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    [quote=CybaCowboy;713350]You should have a look at the Open Source KeePass - it's free, available for pretty much every operating system you can name, and easily the most secure password management solution available!


    Will do, thanks. I'm always a big fan of Open Source.


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    I don't own a (working) computer at the moment, but as I understand it, KeePass for BlackBerry OS can be synchronized with its equivalent on a computer...

    Pretty convenient if you use KeePass on multiple devices/operating systems.



    ~ Posted wirelessly from my BlackBerry 8800 (http://wap.pinstack.com) ~

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    Looks like KeePass wins by default.... It's been a week and there's been no response from Ascendo after multiple emails to info@ascendo-inc.com and wallet_support@ascendo-inc.com . Obviously they either don't care or are unable to respond in a timely manner.

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    Update:

    Ascendo did get in touch with me, apologizing for the delay. I have since purchased the DataVault software and am very happy with it.

    KeePass is okay for the price, but I like the interface of Ascendo's product much better. One example, I needed to input a credit card to a web purchase yesterday and have the number stored in KeePass with spaces between groups of numbers. The website didn't allow for the spaces and I had to finagle my way to get the number in. DataVault lets you display it with the spaces, but copy and paste it without. A simple example, but one that shows how much the developers paid attention to real-world usabilty.



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