BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com via MarketWire) (PR) — ChicaLogic, a leading provider of technology solutions that are intuitively created and designed with a woman’s needs and workflow in mind, today announced the release of Chica Password Manager, a software solution designed to protect against hacking attempts to steal and misuse passwords obtained through phishing, keylogging, and other online scams for identity theft purposes. Chica Password Manager provides secure, encrypted protection preventing hackers from accessing your passwords and personal information.
Identity theft continues to be a global, viable problem. In 2010 in the United States alone, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission received 250,854 complaints about identity theft — nearly one-fifth of its total 1.34 million complaints last year, making it the most common complaint from consumers. Florida had the highest per capita rate of identity theft; California and Arizona followed close behind. “With more and more personal information about consumer data being collected by more and more companies, government agencies and others for various purposes, the fact remains that there are still problems with security breaches, where consumers’ information is stolen by identity thieves,” Consumer Protection Director Susan Grant of Consumer Federation of America told Dow Jones Newswires.
“When you look at the number of reported complaints made about identity theft, it’s clear that we are not doing enough to protect our valuable personal information online,” said Lori Fraijo Raygoza, President and CEO of ChicaLogic. “Consumers need to take the initiative to protect themselves against the very real threat of identity theft.”
ChicaLogic has responded to the increase of identity theft by creating Chica Password Manager with Lamantine Software, the leader in password protection software. Chica Password Manager creates strong, hack-proof, encrypted passwords and stores them safely and securely, ensuring no one will be able to access your passwords or personal information for identity theft or any other misuse. Women are protected against hacking, phishing attacks, and keylogging. For a free 30 day trial of Chica Password Manager, go to http://www.chicalogic.com/products/password/download .
“We are very pleased to collaborate with ChicaLogic on its latest software offering, Chica Password Manager,” said Robert Pinkas, Partner and Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Lamantine Software. “Not enough is being done to protect consumers’ personal information online, and we are thrilled to be part of this effort to bring that message to ChicaLogic’s target audience. Chica Password Manager uses secure encryption to protect against hacking attempts, all with just one master password to remember.”
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