|Feb 13, 2017||For the 2nd year in a row, PC Magazine Honors LogmeOnce with Prestigious Editors’ Choice Award for Its Password Management Security Platform|
The elite LogmeOnce premium edition is free and fully protects your devices (Apple iOS, Android, Microsoft Windows, and Mac OS), passwords and identity.
WASHINGTON, D.C., February 13, 2017 — LogmeOnce, the company behind a revolutionary password security and management system, has been honored with the prestigious Editors’ Choice Award presented by PC Magazine. The publication’s editors recognize the excellence of the LogmeOnce Password Management Suite Premium and its comprehensive features, including the Password Manager, Mugshot, Single Sign-On (SSO), Two-Factor Authentication, Secure Password Sharing, Beneficiary, Password Dialer© and Generator, Password Scorecard, Fingerprint Biometrics, and Audit & Compliance. PC Magazine noted that the premium edition “offers an amazing collection of features” that go beyond this list.
“There are run-of-the-mill password management products and then there is the elite and award-winning LogmeOnce Password Management Suite. Who protects your passwords matters the most,” says Kevin Shahbazi, CEO of LogMeOnce. “LogmeOnce offers a ton of features, free, and it does not cost end users a cent. We protect where it matters and we do it comprehensively, and now our solution is becoming well regarded on a large scale.”
Intuitiveness reigns as LogmeOnce version 4.0 is full modernized, offering a smart menu with rich features organized in user-friendly tabs, while accelerating secure authentication and secure information share between trusted users. The biggest revamp is noticeable in the LogmeOnce mobile edition, which has a beautiful interface, an entirely new design and extra features, including fingerprint biometrics, Secure Browser, multiple dashboard views, and device protection.
As a “zero-knowledge” technology company, LogmeOnce does not know a user’s encryption key or actual passwords. With LogmeOnce, you are the only one who has absolute knowledge of your actual password and encryption key — only you can decrypt your account.