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X2Net BrowserPal allows you to securely store, recall and manage passwords and other text information right inside Internet Explorer itself. Implemented as an Explorer Bar (like the Favorites or History bars that appear at the left of the Internet Explorer) when you need to enter a password/user id in a Web Form you can just drag 'n drop it right there, no switching around applications! A familiar Explorer like interface makes it simple to use! The user can decide his own data structure with folders, sub folders and items. Managing items is just like Explorer, with drag 'n drop to organize and a right-click context menu to manage them. The user can print his data (with preview) either completely or from any node in his folder structure, or export his data in the standard CSV format. Backup and restore is built-in, with automated daily backups for extra peace of mind. The interface can be locked by command, requiring a master password to access the data, or can be automatically locked after so many minutes without use, or when the screen saver kicks in. The underlying data cab be encrypted using the Rijndael algorithm with 256 bit keys providing full security. X2Net BrowserPal also add an additional item to the context menu that pops up when a user right-clicks in an input field in Internet Explorer, which permits access to the user's data even if the Web Page designer has deliberately disabled the menus and tool bars making access to the Explorer Bar impossible. In this case the user's data appears as a pop-up menu which mimics the user's folder structure, and selecting the appropriate menu item causes it to be inserted in the current field. X2Net BrowserPal also understands tabs in text items, and can tab from field to field in a web page filling in all the fields as it goes. X2Net BrowserPal's data can even be used in most programs other than Internet Explorer, by accessing it using a left and right mouse-click combination.