Superspy allows you to securely store your sensitive information on your handheld device and desktop or laptop computer without fear of vulnerability. And Superspy doesn't just store and protect your information - it helps you manage it.
Handy - Stores Passwords, PIN Numbers, Personal contacts, policy numbers and any kind of sensitive information.
Safety and Security - Stores your sensitive valuable data in the password protected database. Superspy uses four kinds of encryption methods to keep your information secure and safe.
Flexible - Use the built-in templates, or create your own templates to organize your data. Set your own security settings to give you the convenience and protection of your data.
Simple - You don't need to have the programming knowledge to configure Superspy. Just the way you want it, you can start entering your data within seconds after the installation.
Superspy for Windows requires Microsoft Windows 98 or later, Palm Desktop Version 3.5 or higher and Hotsync Manager 4.0 or later.
Superspy for Palm OS handhelds requires Palm OS 3.5 or later. 300K of available RAM.
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Supported operating systems:
Palm OS 4.x, Palm OS 5.x
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