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Permalink 11:08:00 am, by victor.ewert Email , 90 words   English (CA) latin1
Categories: Software News

PWMinder received 5/5 Editor Rating from

PWMinder has received a 5/5 Editor rating from, click on the link below for more details.

PWMinder is a cross-platform, Password Manager application that is used to store all of your passwords and other sensitive data in a secure encrypted file. With PWMinder, you don't need to try and remember all of your various passwords, but rather create one very secure password, to be able access all of your other passwords in one place.  Includes a configurable Password Generator Tool, and ability to automatically log in to your web sites.


Permalink 02:14:00 pm, by victor.ewert Email , 55 words   English (CA) latin1
Categories: Software News

PWMinder receives 5 Stars from Best Vista Downloads

PWMinder 2.6 has been reviewed by BestVista Downloads, and got a 5 star award.

Best Vista Download

PWMinder Desktop, is a password manager, that allows you to store and organize all of your passwords, in a secure file.  PWMinder Desktop is easy to use, and works on both Windows and Mac.

For more information see the PWMinder Desktop home page.



Permalink 12:57:00 pm, by victor.ewert Email , 94 words   English (CA) latin1
Categories: General News, Articles

Cloud Storage Survey

I have created a survey, to find out if and how people use Cloud Based storage services (like DropBox or iCloud), to store and access their files.

I'd really appreciate it, if you would take the survey, to give me some feedback to help me with some future plans I have, for using Cloud Based storage with some of our products.

Please click on the following link, to take the survey:

Cloud Based Storage Survey


To learn more about Cloud Based storage, you can read an earlier blog I posted: Storage in the Clouds


Permalink 09:00:00 pm, by victor.ewert Email , 119 words   English (CA) latin1
Categories: Articles

Interesting Article about Password Usage

I just read an interesting article:  Study suggests 'password' and '123456' are the worst passwords to use online.  I found it a little scary that people might actually use things like 'password' and '123456' as passwords.  If you are looking for a better way to come up with passwords, you could try our online Password Generator, or if you have an iPhone, you could try iPwdGen.

Also, as the article mentions, it is a good idea to use a Password Manger, such as PWMinder Desktop, to help you remember your various passwords.   PWMinder also has a Password Generator built in, and can be set up to log into website automatically.

Study suggests 'password' and '123456' are the worst passwords to use online


Permalink 10:00:00 am, by victor.ewert Email , 42 words   English (CA) latin1
Categories: General News

Ewert Technologies Google+ Page

At Ewert Technologies, we have just created a Google+ page.  You can check it out at:

There is not much there yet, but we hope to add to it in the future.

Haven't yet joined Google+?  You can join here:

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