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When it comes to security, you’re never 100% safe. Our recommendation for today is GcMail Safe, a simple, small but fine password manager who keeps all your passwords absolutely safe. Your data is not stored on an external server, but you decide where you want to store your backups in addition, encrypted. You also have the option to save your master password to a USB stick and to start the program with your USB flash drive. The key on your USB stick is only usable in conjunction with the logged-in user of the computer with which this key was created.

GcMail safe can also protect individual files (all file formats) on your computer from , with a password.

  • Encrypting files: Encrypt individual files that you want to protect from other shooters. You can use your master password or a new password.
  • Drag & Drop: Use the drag & drop function to drag your user name and password into the input fields of the web pages.
  • Symbols:GcMail safe automatically downloads the favicons of the website, so you have a quicker overview. If you do not want the icons, you can disable this feature.
  • Group:Select whether you want your entries to be grouped or simply to be among each other.
  • Secure passwords: Create secure passwords to protect your data on the Internet
  • USB-Stick: Save your master password directly from the safe, onto your USB stick and start the program with it

The application is developed by a few deutsch developers. Enjoy the many features the app has to offer. If you find the application usefull, you might also like GcMail for e-mails. The password manager can be downloaded for free from SharewareOnSales, allowing you to save €14.95. In case you miss the offer out, you can always check the developers website.


You are allowed to use this product only within the laws of your country/region. Zeroviruses and its staff are not responsible for any illegal activity. We did not develop this product; if you have an issue with this product, contact the developer. This product is offered “as is” without express or implied or any other type of warranty. The description of this product on this page is a marketing description, written by the developer with few more notes written by the ZeroViruses team. The quality and performance of this product is without guarantee. Download or use at your own risk. If you don’t feel comfortable with this product, then don’t download it.

Hackers and hacks News

1Password offers a 100.000$ bounty to the hackers that can crack their password vault

As you may know, a bug bounty program is a deal offered by websites to individuals who report bugs and discover exploits and vulnerabilities in their sites. If the hackers manage to penetrate the systems, they get rewarded. So far, Facebook, Yahoo, Google, Reddit, Square and Microsoft have successfully implemented such programs.

AgileBits, the team behind 1Password has invited the hackers to hack their password security system, for a 100.000$ bounty. At first, the prize was 25.000$, but it has been raised four times since than.

In order to get the money, the hackers need to demonstrate they can crack the 1Password password vault. The company even offers details about the existent problems, so that the hackers have a starting point.

If you are interested in such programs and have the skills needed, you can search for ‘jobs’ on these two platforms:

We will keep you informed whether someone manages to get the big prize or not. For more information, see this article from BetaNews.