Secure Your Password With Enigmaze Password Generating Book

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Password_MonkeyShort Bytes: Enigmaze Secure Password Generating Grid System Manager has come up with the most efficient and innovative ways of generating new and strong passwords, and protecting the existing ones. It is aided with features like hardcover password journal with 176 pages, removable label, 78 different grids, an invisible ink marker, and a UV light key chain.

Today, while there are approximately 3 billion people across the world using the internet, most of us prefer using the same password for all our accounts, say, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or even for net banking, for the sake of ease in remembering them.

Hence, once the password is decoded, the results could be fatal. This is exactly where the Enigmaze Secure Password Generating Grid System Manager comes into play.

It can be said to be the most efficient and innovative way of generating new, strong passwords and updating and protecting existing ones.

Also read: This 11-year-old Girl Is Selling Super Secure Passwords For $2 Each

So, how does it work? Let’s tell you more about Enigmaze Password Generating Book.

password generating notebook

Amidst many ways for generation of a unique password, one can include adding different symbols to existing passwords as well.

Check out this wonderful video on how the Password Generating Book works:

Here are a couple of wonderful features offered by Password Generating Book:

  • Durable, hardcover password generating book
  • 176 pages, removable label, and 78 different grids ensure that you’ll never have a problem in keeping your passwords protected and safe.
  • The notebooks are aided with an invisible ink marker and a UV light key chain.
  •  The plastic grid card makes it portable
  • Easy to organize

Estimated delivery is around December, 2015. So hurry up! Get one for yourself and secure your passwords!

Do you think this will prove to be a highly efficient way of securing passwords? Tell us in the comments below.

Source : Kickstarter

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Annesha De

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