[prMac.com] Hong Kong, Hong Kong – Wimlog today is proud to announce the release of Password Pattern 1.0 for iOS, a new application that helps anyone to remember passwords with a visual dot pattern. The app itself does not store passwords, thus it cannot be hacked. The database, master password and the dot pattern are protected by highest 256-bit AES encryption, which keep your passwords safe.
There are over 2000 password apps in the App Store. Most of them are only protected with a master password. Do you simply trust the master password? What would happen if your iPhone is lost and hack by hacker? What if someone knows your master password? That is the end of your world!
Password Pattern is going to reinvent password app. It cannot be hacked by any supercomputer, as it does not store your real passwords anywhere! This app create a screen of alphanumeric dot matrix screen. Remember your own favorite dot pattern, remember all your passwords. Together with the optional master password like any other password app, it further protects your privacy and security.
* Database is protected by highest 256-bit AES encryption, which is uncrackable
* Master password and dot-pattern chars are protected by another 256-bit encryption. i.e. double encryption, double protection
* Password entries are not saved anywhere – No supercomputer can hack it
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later
* Optimized for iPhone 5
* 1.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Password Pattern 1.0 is free (or US $2.99 to buy unlimited password entries) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the utilities category. A video demo is provided in the official support website.Password Pattern 1.0
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