PasswordSafeguard

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About Us

PasswordSafeguard.com sells a USB device that allows you to grab all the passwords and username saved in browsers on Windows computers that you have physical access to. It stores them on the USB device along with the name and date of the backup for convenient retrieval.

Since websites have different validation rules (some require or deny uppercase, symbols and/or numeric characters) it becomes difficult for users to remember all their different passwords. This is why most of us use the browser’s SAVE PASSWORD feature for convenience.

Whenever the manual entry of a password is required (access on a different PC, clean install/upgrade or password reset), most of us never remember our passwords. This product saves time and money allowing you to retrieve the passwords from your USB device. All data collected is encrypted (in case of theft/loss) so that your passwords are well safeguarded.

Products

We offer 3 different versions of our GRAB USB device to suit various needs. Each GRAB refers to a single retrieval of all passwords stored on the PC regardless of how many passwords are recovered. This can be done many times on the same or different PCs up to the maximum stated on the product you purchase.

GRAB 10

This product allow you to get and store your passwords 10 times.

  • - Allows for up to 10 grabs.
  • - Ideal for personal use.
  • - Password encryption for protection.
  • - Small USB format for convenient storage.
GRAB 100

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  • - Allows for up to 100 grabs.
  • - Ideal for small businesses or for very frequent personal backups.
  • - Enhanced encryption for added security.
  • - Small USB format for convenient storage.
GRAB 1000

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  • - Allows for up to 1000 grabs.
  • - Ideal for small businesses or for very frequent personal backups.
  • - Enhanced encryption for added security.
  • - Small USB format for convenient storage.

How It Works

Prices

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Grab 10

$ 29.95


  • Allows for up to 10 grabs.
  • Ideal for personal use.
  • Password encryption for protection.
  • Small USB format for convenient storage.
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Grab 100

$ 39.95


  • Allows for up to 100 grabs.
  • Ideal for small businesses or
    for very frequent personal backups.
  • Enhanced encryption for added security.
  • Small USB format for convenient storage.
Grab 1000

$ 89.95


  • Allows for up to 1000 grabs.
  • Ideal for small businesses or
    for very frequent personal backups.
  • Enhanced encryption for added security.
  • Small USB format for convenient storage.

FAQs

Here are the most common questions we receive about our product. Should your question remain unanswered, please use the chat feature to contact one of our attendants that will promptly provide you with more information.

  • How does the key work?

    STEP 1) Configure your PasswordSafeguard USB device by choosing a master password.

    STEP2) Plug the key in the PC that you need to safe guard the passwords for and run the GRAB feature of the device. After a few seconds (usually less than 2!), the passwords will be encrypted and saved on the USB device. Repeat as required.

    STEP3) Run the VIEW feature of the device and after entering the master password, all GRABS will be decrypted and put into a directory with the name and date of the PCs safeguarded in STEP 2.

  • What is a GRAB?
    A GRAB is when the key is inserted into a PC and the passwords ( including username and website ) stored therein are saved on the PasswordSafeguard USB device. It may be done many times on the same PC (eg: monthly) or on many PCs or combination of both. Regardless of how many passwords are safeguarded at every grab, each single safeguard counts as 1 grab.
  • Why do you encrypt the grabs on the USB device?
    The master password you chose in STEP1 will be required to view any passwords grabbed with the device. This way should the USB device be lost or stolen, the passwords are safely encrypted so that the thief may not see all the passwords grabbed with the key. This said, although we ensure proper encryption, we cannot be held liable if the passwords are discovered. Not loosing your device is the best strategy.
  • Do you have a money back guaranty?
    YES. If during the first 90 days following purchase, our USB device was unable to extract the passwords from any PC, after returning the product to us and us making sure that it is indeed the case (and has not been tampered with), we will refund your purchase price INCLUDING the shipping cost paid at purchase.
  • Why do you have GRAB 10 and GRAB 1000 model?
    Some users only need to backup their personal computer occasionally (like every 1 or 3 months) so we offer a cheaper alternative for those users. For a company with many workstations that need regular safeguarding, the GRAB 1000 model will allow 100 PCs to be safeguarded 10 times each.
  • I'm interested in the GRAB 1000 model for my company, can I test it first?
    KINDA! Order the GRAB 10 device and if you decide that our device meets your needs, you can then order the GRAB 1000 model and we will deduct the GRAB 10 price you paid on your purchase.
  • Why is it more expensive to buy your device without your logo?
    We get exposure and publicity from our logo being on our device. Coworkers will see it and ask you what it is, how well it works and we it drives more sales for us. We understand that sometimes, for security reasons, you do not want a USB device on your desk saying 'I contain passwords ' steal me!' so we offer the device without our logo. That's how we get compensated for the loss we get in visibility and promotion.
  • But I really really need your help recovering the master password
    We repeat this answer because we get this request often! As mentioned above, we cannot help you since the passwords grabbed on the device REQUIRE your master password for decryption. Maybe you can ask the NSA for help, but we can't help you. Sorry!
  • I work for law enforcement and we need to find out if/where the USB device was used.
    YES WE WILL COMPLY with any competent tribunal's legal court order but this said WE CANNOT DECRYPT the passwords on the device NOR CAN WE FIND OUT which PC has been grabbed using our device. We are NOT acting in bad faith; it is simply that we just CAN'T do it from a technical stand point. We will send you a notarized declaration to this effect for your file if required as it is the truth.
  • How do I destroy the data when I no longer need your device / got a new one?
    Formatting the key should be ok for most circumstances but if absolute protection is required, may we recommend a hammer, followed by a drill, then a bonfire and spread the ashes over the oceans. Seriously you can never be too careful when it comes to security.
  • Is your device legal?
    YES if you use the USB device on a PC that you have consent on (or in the case of a company, if employees are informed that management backs-up their data). It is NOT legal in most jurisdictions (please assume this is not legal unless you have checked locally with law-enforcement) to use this device on a PC without the user/owner's consent.
  • I think my wife is cheating and would like her passwords to check her social media.
    We hear you and although this device will grab the passwords stored on the PC it is plugged into, unless you have your wife's consent, it is most likely illegal to do this. We strongly recommend marriage counseling and not breaking the law!
  • Does your device leave a trace of its use?
    NO. Not to our knowledge.
  • Are copies of the grabs sent over the Internet to you or anyone else?
    NO. The passwords grabbed by the device are stored locally on the USB device only.
  • I deleted some files on the USB device I wasn't suppose to and now it won't work.
    YEP, that is the case as we make our device (for obvious security reasons) tamper resistant. Your device is no longer usable and should be replaced by purchasing a new one if required. You may format your USB device and use it for regular storage if you want but its life as a password safeguard grabber is over.
  • Can PasswordSafeguard.com help me if I lost the master password?
    NO. The files are encrypted locally on your USB device and we cannot decrypt the passwords you grabbed. Those are lost forever and you may want to order a new USB device and start over.

Warning!

Upon purchase, you agree that YOU WILL NOT use this product on a PC unless you have the right/consent to grab passwords.

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