Looking for a last minute Father’s Day gift? Your dad’s online security game is probably somewhere between minimal and nonexistent. 24% of Americans have used passwords like “qwerty,” “123456,” and the evergreen favorite “password,” so chances are your dad is one of them. You can help Dad sharpen his cybersecurity with a lifetime subscription to Enpass Password Manager.
Enpass can protect Dad from himself by identifying all of his weak, duplicate, and compromised passwords. It then creates ultra-tight, multi-character, unique passwords for all of its accounts and logins. So Dad just needs to remember a single master password to access his Enpass account, which keeps everything else safe.
Enpass data is encrypted and 100% secure, especially since it resides only on your father’s computer. Information is never stored on Enpass servers, so registrations, credit card information, bank account numbers, files, documents, or anything else that Enpass can automatically fill in all those online forms never falls into the wrong hands. Enpass is also a general security measure, allowing all of Dad’s devices to be synced through a cloud service like Dropbox or Google Drive.
A lifetime individual Enpass Password Manager subscription usually costs $79, but you can buy one for $24.99 during our Father’s Day sale, which ends June 19.