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PasswordBox takes 'Best Mobile App' at 2014 CES App Showdown

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Hardly a days passes when their isn't a password or security breach story on the news.

There should be an app that makes our lives more secure.

Now there is... PasswordBox.

PasswordBox was just tabbed as the most promising and cutting-edge app at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2014.

With over 100 billion apps being downloaded in 2013, this is quite an accomplishment.

Cited by a panel of expert judges, PasswordBox showed proven results when it comes to the protection of users' digital life and safely managing user's online accounts.

That includes secure password sharing, digital death management (Legacy Locker) and instant login to favorite websites and mobile apps,

This all means PasswordBox is a "must-have" app for 2014.

“PasswordBox is honored to be recognized as an innovator and technology leader in the app space," adds Magaly Charbonneau, COO of PasswordBox. "This is an exciting achievement for us as we enter 2014, and we will have more mobile innovation to share in the weeks to come.”
The truth is, we can't be safe and secure enough when we are online. PasswordBox has the right idea in mind.

Online security will continue to be a big topic of discussion as we progress through 2014.

It's good to know that PasswordBox is still the only free password manager that aids people in securely storing, retrieving, creating and sharing passwords anytime, anywhere, and on any platform or device.

For more information, head on over to http://www.passwordbox.com.

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