with Encrypted Storage System v2.3 (PRESS v2.3) can generate random passwords
for your various website user accounts and store them in an AES 256 encrypted
vault on your local hard drive. The v2.3
release of this product supports autofill of your user name for most websites
when the Internet Explorer browser option is selected or if you prefer you may
select to launch your system default browser.
Autofill of user name is not supported with system default browser
randomizer allow for random password lengths and control of the characters
selected in the random password. Your
password history is stored in the password vault file so when you generate a
new password you can login with your previous password to change to the new
password on your website.
PRESS v2.3 is a
Windows PC desktop application that is compatible with Windows 7 or later.
Included in PRESS
v2.3 is Website Learner feature that can learn a website's identifying
information for the user name field so that more websites are supported by
autofill feature. Only login pages that
display the user name on the login screen are currently supported. For websites that use a popup or other
control to access the user name field you may select noautofill which will
launch the browser with website URL but not attempt to autofill the user name.
You may optionally
download a password key file that will allow you to access your password vault
without typing in your master password (after the first login to password vault
using your master password). This makes
using PRESS v2.3 easier, but we recommend storing this password key file on a
separate device such as a thumb drive not the drive where your vault file is
stored to prevent access by unauthorized individuals.
PRESS v2.3 is fully
accessible to visually impaired users that make use of a screen reader such as
Microsoft Windows Narrator or Freedom Scientific JAWS. In addition to being accessible with screen
readers. There is a password magnifier
feature that gives assistance in typing in passwords for websites that do not
allow pasting passwords from clipboard.
The password magnifier feature works with US English keyboard layout,
but may not work properly with international keyboard layouts. We may work further on this feature should
enough international users show interest.
PRESS v2.3 allows
export of passwords to a Microsoft Excel CSV file. This export file may be used to switch to
another password manager should you decide that you prefer it over PRESS. You may also import passwords using a
Microsoft Excel CSV file that is formatted the same way as the export file from
PRESS. This will allow you to switch
from a different password manager to PRESS or allow you to create clear text
backups of PRESS that you may restore your password vault from should something
go wrong (like forgetting your master password). We recommend encrypting the export file
should you decide to keep it stored on your file system (suggest using a
program such as WinZip with encryption).
Benefits of PRESS
- Only one password to
- Strong passwords generated
and stored in secure vault locally.
- Quick and easy login to
websites with browser launch and autofill of user name.
- Password aging to remind you
when it is time to update your passwords.
- Filter and sort your
passwords to make it easy to find any of your website's URLs and your
personal account information.
- Fully accessible to vision
- It is free to download and
idea! Ever want to listen to your
favorite radio broadcast of the big game while watching the game on TV using
cable. Then you have noticed that there
is a delay between the TV and radio broadcast.
This new product will make it easy to synchronize the radio broadcast
with the TV broadcast.
The product Audio/Video Synchronizer - AVS will take input from a audio/video source such
as a cable box or a streaming device like a Roku or others. The inputs will be both HDMI and RCA
component inputs the user of this can choose either of these options the system
will give precedence to HDMI in cases where someone tries both inputs
simultaneously. The system will have a
built in stereo radio FM/AM receiver with an antenna input similar to stereo
systems on the market today. The system
will have both an HDMI output to be connected to TV and a RCA component output
for older TVs or applications where component connection desired. This system will come with a radio signal
The remote control
in initial release will allow the user to input a starting delay offset between
the broadcasts. To start with, the user
will then be able to fine tune the buffering delay of the radio broadcast to
match within 100 ms of the TV broadcast.
Later versions may use some advanced signal processing to auto synch the
two streams with the capability of
synching within 10 ms between the two streams and adaptively handle
situations such as buffering on the streaming device for TV which in some cases
will change the offset.
The remote will also
allow the user to toggle back and forth between the audio for the TV broadcast
and radio broadcast with the push of a single button.
If you like this product idea or have suggestions to improve upon it, please feel free to comment on this post.