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StickyPassword Ultimate Security Pack (6 product) bundle, $69.96 USD after 79% off

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StickyPassword Ultimate Security Pack (6 product) bundle, $69.96 USD after 79% off

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Price:
69.96 USD
Savings:
79%
Expiry:
June 30, 2015
https://www.stickypassword.com/security-pack

Ultimate Security Pack by Sticky Password includes the following:

1xtigerVPN - Privacy Defender 1 User, 1 year

1xAvira Antivirus PRO 1 User, 1year

1xSticky Password Premium 1 User, Lifetime License

1xSpyShelter Premium 1 User, 1 year

1xDegoo Backup 1 User, 6 months

1xAuslogics BoostSpeed 7 1 User, 1 year



StickyPassword (password manager) alone, for a Lifetime License is $69.99 USD. I like that you can either sync locally via wifi, or sync the database manually (selecting your database file from your pc, exporting, then importing it to your phone or tablet), and you can still choose to have a cloud based password manager if you want to. You can also put StickyPassword portable (included in StickyPassword) onto a thumb drive, etc.

I notice if you try to purchase this package it defaults to CAD and sets the price at $91.81 CAD, so depending on your credit card, etc., it may cost less for the exchange purchasing in USD. You can switch to USD after clicking 'buy now' (and then editing the currency in the upper right hand corner of the page.)

I submitted in this post an expiry date of June 30th, but I am not certain as to when this bundle will expire, (so I will update as needed.)
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+1 for keepass which is also open source.
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Thanks, guys... I like that there are 5 other programs including a VPN and an antivirus program included in this bundle. KeePass does look good, especially in the sense you don't have to sync anything with the cloud... The StickyPassword free edition is also good - it looks like it works similarly to KeePass - as in, it works with unlimited password saves. You can create a USB thumbdrive portable password manager with the free edition of StickyPassword. (The premium edition lets you sync locally to phones and tablets, over wifi, and through the cloud, too.)
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I'd never trust my passwords to the public cloud.
My (own)cloud? Sure. But those servers are physically under my control.

Same idea with VPN. AV I could do without as well. Rest of it sounds like garbage.

Terrible deal is terrible.
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death_hawk wrote: I'd never trust my passwords to the public cloud.
My (own)cloud? Sure. But those servers are physically under my control.

Same idea with VPN. AV I could do without as well. Rest of it sounds like garbage.

Terrible deal is terrible.
I agree about the public cloud - for myself, I would prefer not to allow cloud storage of passwords - with StickyPassword, you have a choice - you can have your passwords uploaded to the cloud, to easily sync with other devices, or, you have the advantage of syncing your phone and tablet solely via your own local wifi, or even via manual transfer of databases (in this case not even your local wifi is used) and you never have to have your passwords in the cloud. Just clarifying, in case you didn't realize that this is how this one works.

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