Internet Password Organizer Review & Giveaway

Monday, September 14, 2009

Passwords.  Really, do I have to say more?  We all know how difficult it can be from time to time to remember a password to an account that you may only need to visit one a month, or let's not forget email addresses.  I don't know about you but I have a personal one, a blog one and then an extra here and there that have gotten over the years and just never closed it out.  There are times when I just get all confused.  I do have the passwords saved here and there.  On sticky notes, in different notebooks and believe it or not, even in address books.

Recently I was introduced to the Internet Password Organizer. Just in the little while I have had it, it has been very useful. Once I received it I searching and entering all my passwords to be able to have them in one general location.  It took awhile to enter them, but in the long run it will save me hours.

The Internet Password Organizer has really made my life so much more easier! 

About Internet Password Organizer :

The experts agree, creating a unique, difficult to guess, strong password and then writing it down and storing it in a secure place is the best way to protect your accounts from being compromised by hackers.

The Internet Password Organizer®
provides you with a single centralized location in which to store all your online account login information.

The Gem Collection was unearthed to provide users with an attractive, low-cost, password management solution. Every book in the collection shares the same Award Winning interior layout that has made the Internet Password Organizer famous. Store your usernames and passwords, as well as a wealth of other computer-related information in one handy place and rid yourself once-and-for-all of the assortment of Post-It notes that cover your desk.Now every family member can have their own book. From Ruby Red, Sapphire Blue, to Emerald Green, we've got a color to fit your mood and a book to suit your budget.

Besides just keeping track of your usernames and passwords in the Internet Password Organizer there is also a place for you to put info for ISP , Home Network , Software License and notes.
Pros of the Internet Password Organizer :
  • Passwords cannot be hacked remotely through an internet connected computer.
  • Convenient tabbed interface grants you quick access to your login information
  • Discrete "notebook" design conceals your information in plain site.
  • Passwords not lost if you suffer a hard disk failure.
  • Hardware/Software agnostic




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Emerald Internet Password Organizer


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One winner will be chosen ! I will be using a random number generator to select the winner. Contest ends at 11:59pm EST on September 28,2009. If the prize is not claimed in 48 hours a new winner will be chosen.Contest open to U.S. residents only.The winner will be announced in this post(and emailed).





This is solely the opinion of As They Grow Up. Other people may have different experiences with the product.Thank you to Internet Password Organizers for providing a product to test.


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51 comments/Leave Comment:

  1. mona said...

    Passwords and the thought of someone hacking them is indeed a scary thought but I learned that passwords cannot be hacked remotely through an internet connected computer.

    @sonotech63

  2. Kristin said...

    you can use either a web based protector or the book. or both!

    kristinsodaro@yahoo.com

  3. Anonymous said...

    I really really need this one


    snowwolf@graffiti.net

  4. Anonymous said...

    I try to use the same password for everything (bad, I know!) howeever, I really get in to a bind when I can't use my "usual" one and have to choose something else. This product would be great for me! One FAQ that I thought was interesting is that they only suggest using there product for non-critical passwords. huh?

    circa1971@peoplepc.com

  5. mverno said...

    don't put pases words on paper mverno@roadrunner.com

  6. Anonymous said...

    FOR SECURITY REASONS YOU SHOULD KEEP YOUR INTERNET PASSWORD ORGANIZER IN A SECURE LOCATION. DON'T CARRY IT AROUND AS IT COULD GET LOST OR STOLEN.

    allegro966(at)yahoo(dot)com

  7. Anonymous said...

    I learned from the FAQs that passwords are not lost if you suffer a hard disc failure.

    bgcchs(at)yahoo(dot)com

  8. Anonymous said...

    I subscribe via email.

    bgcchs(at)yahoo(dot)com

  9. Linda K said...

    This book-based solution allows you to create unique/complicated passwords that you otherwise would not be able to remember thus improving your overall online security.
    I could really use help with that!

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  10. Linda K said...

    email subscriber

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  11. Terra H. said...

    I learned that in order to extend the useful life of your Internet Password Organizer® it is recommended that information be recorded in pencil.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  12. Terra H. said...

    I follow your blog.
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  13. Terra H. said...

    email subscriber
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  14. Sylvia said...

    I learned that This book-based solution allows you to create unique/complicated passwords that you otherwise would not be able to remember thus improving your overall online security.
    sylviawhit@gmail.com

  15. Sylvia said...

    I subscribe by email
    slviawhit@gmail.com

  16. Mommy 2 Bears said...

    104 pages of password area.

  17. Carol W. said...

    Only non-critical passwords should be stored in the organizer.

    wolfcarol451(at)gmail(dot)com

  18. Carol W. said...

    I subscribe by email.

    wolfcarol451(at)gmail(dot)com

  19. Carol W. said...

    I follow your blog.

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  20. spoodles said...

    "When it comes to password security there are several methods available for you to choose from. Each method has its own set of strengths, weaknesses, and risks associated with it."

    In other words, nothing is safe. Deal with it. ;-)

  21. spoodles said...

    Following and tweeted: http://twitter.com/Spoodles/statuses/4036263346

  22. spoodles said...

    I have your button.

  23. spoodles said...

    I follow.

  24. spoodles said...

    Facebook fan: facebook.com/spoodles

  25. spoodles said...

    I subscribe.

  26. luvtxess said...

    The gem collection comes in three different colors

  27. luvtxess said...

    I'm email subscriber

  28. luvtxess said...

    I follow on facebook

  29. Melody said...

    I learned that that there is a deluxe edition.
    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

  30. bleatham said...

    I learned that only non-critical passwords should be stored in the organizer.
    bleatham(at)gmail.com

  31. bleatham said...

    Follow on twitter and tweeted
    http://twitter.com/sleatham1/status/4296033675
    bleatham(at)gmail.com

  32. bleatham said...

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  33. bleatham said...

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  34. bleatham said...

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  35. bleatham said...

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  36. bleatham said...

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  37. CherylS22 said...

    I learned where should I store my Internet Password Organizer ~ megalon22{at}yahoo{dot}com

  38. CherylS22 said...

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  39. idahomom said...

    Only store non critical passwords.

  40. simply_unique said...

    It is recommended that only non-critical passwords be stored in your Internet Password Organizer®. Do not store passwords to any financial institutions, stock trading sites, medical sites, or any other site that you would not want to fall into the wrong hands.

  41. simply_unique said...

    I follow ur blog

  42. Brooke said...

    I learned that they help provide you with making your passwords better.. ie.. Passwords are secured using some of the strongest encryption algorithms on the planet

  43. naynays1 said...

    I learned from the FAQs that passwords are not lost if you suffer a hard disc failure. Thanks

    mightynaynay at cs dot com

  44. Miranda said...

    The gem collection comes in three different colors

  45. Happi Shopr said...

    In order to extend the useful life of your Internet Password Organizer® it is recommended that information be recorded in pencil. Trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

  46. Anonymous said...

    Only non-critical passwords should be stored with this.

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

  47. Nancy S. said...

    I learned that you should only store non-critical passwords in this organizer.
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

  48. Nancy S. said...

    I follow you on twitter and I tweeted.
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

  49. Nancy S. said...

    I follow your blog.
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  50. Heather said...

    Passwords not lost if you suffer a hard disk failure.

    That is excellent news!

  51. Heather said...

    I follow your blog.