Internet Password Organizer

I don't know about you but I visit TONS of sites a day that require me to log in with a username and password. And I am ashamed to admit it but there are quite a few times where I forget my log in info for a site. When that happens 9 out of 10 times I can not find where I wrote it down or the Post It note got thrown away.

Recently I was introduced to the Internet Password Organizer. Just in the little while I have had it, it has been very useful. Once I received it I started entering my info every time I visited a site that I had to log in and I am ready to add anymore for any future sites I join.

I also made my 14yr enter everything he has such as Myspace, email etc. so it is easy for me to keep an eye on his online activities.

About Internet Password Organizer :

The experts agree, creating a unique, difficult to guess, strong password and then writing it down and storing it in a secure place is the best way to protect your accounts from being compromised by hackers.

The Internet Password Organizer®
provides you with a single centralized location in which to store all your online account login information.

The Gem Collection was unearthed to provide users with an attractive, low-cost, password management solution. Every book in the collection shares the same Award Winning interior layout that has made the Internet Password Organizer famous. Store your usernames and passwords, as well as a wealth of other computer-related information in one handy place and rid yourself once-and-for-all of the assortment of Post-It notes that cover your desk.Now every family member can have their own book. From Ruby Red, Sapphire Blue, to Emerald Green, we've got a color to fit your mood and a book to suit your budget.

Besides just keeping track of your usernames and passwords in the Internet Password Organizer there is also a place for you to put info for ISP , Home Network , Software License and notes.
Pros of the Internet Password Organizer :
  • Passwords cannot be hacked remotely through an internet connected computer.
  • Convenient tabbed interface grants you quick access to your login information
  • Discrete "notebook" design conceals your information in plain site.
  • Passwords not lost if you suffer a hard disk failure.
  • Hardware/Software agnostic

WINNER
A Internet Password Organizer !!!
Winners choice of
Ruby, Emerald or Sapphire !

48. VanBurenMom said...
I blogged about the contest on my The Mom Daily Blog. The direct link to the post is:

http://themomdaily.blogspot.com/2009/09/mom-daily-contest-report.html

Jaci Lapointe
TheMomDaily@gmail.com
www.themomdaily.blogspot.com

Have fun every day!
 
 
Winner has been emailed ! You have 48 hours to reply !


*This is solely the opinion of Life In A House Of Blue. Other people may have different experiences with this product. Thank you to Internet Password Organizer for providing a product for this review.*


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75 Comments --- Post Comment:

  1. Kari said...

    This product has received several endorsements such as "Certified Professional Organizer Geralin Thomas nominates the Internet Password Organizer® as "The Top Hostess Gift for 2008" in the October issue of Triangle East Magazine."

  2. Kari said...

    I'm a blog follower. thanks

  3. texasheartland said...

    It has 104 pages.


    texas_heartland84[at]yahoo[dot]com

  4. mickeyfan said...

    They are available at over 30,000 places in 100 countries.

  5. mverno said...

    The experts agree, creating a unique, difficult to guess, strong password and then writing it down and storing it in a secure place is the best way to protect your accounts from being compromised by hackers.

    mverno@roadrunner.com

  6. Dawn said...

    I learned that The Internet Password Organizer® is featured in the March/April issue of Cary Magazine.

  7. susan said...

    In order to extend the useful life of your Internet Password Organizer® it is recommended that information be recorded in pencil.

  8. susan said...

    I follow on twitter and tweeted. http://twitter.com/susanlanai/status/3527260996

  9. susan said...

    I follow.

  10. susan said...

    I subscribe via e-mail.

  11. susan said...

    I'm a Facebook Fan.

  12. pamcallahan said...

    This book-based solution allows you to create unique/complicated passwords that you otherwise would not be able to remember thus improving your overall online security. Since most people write their passwords down in a notebook already, this method is familiar and practical; and because it features a tabbed interface (like an address book) locating a password is quick and painless. This method works equally well as a primary or backup password storage solution

    pamela.callahan@sbcglobal.net

  13. Carol W. said...

    The company suggests entering the information in pencil to make changes and updates easier.

    wolfcarol451(at)gmail(dot)com

  14. Carol W. said...

    I follow your blog.

    wolfcarol451(at)gmail(dot)com

  15. Carol W. said...

    I subscribe by email.

    wolfcarol451(at)gmail(dot)com

  16. Sunnyvale said...

    the information can't be accessed remotely

  17. jellosheriff said...

    I particularly like the deluxe one. I use an internet-based one, but it is unique to my machine, so they are correct to say I can't access it remotely. This would be nice to have.

  18. jellosheriff said...

    follower

  19. jellosheriff said...

    subscriber

  20. jellosheriff said...

    facebook fan

  21. Anonymous said...

    Discrete "notebook" design conceals your information in plain site. That's a great point.

    pbfan222@sbcglobal.net

  22. Janna @ Feed Your Pig said...

    has 104 pages!


    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    janna@FeedYourPigBlog.com
    jannajanna@hotmail.com
    www.FeedYourPigBlog.com

  23. Annette D said...

    They recommend that you use a pencil to extend the life.
    jedoggett@embarqmail.com

  24. Annette D said...

    I follow
    jedoggett@embarqmail.com

  25. Tonya said...

    You should write in the book in pencil to extend the life of the book.

  26. EllyBean said...

    I learned that in order to extend the useful life of your Internet Password Organizer® it is recommended that information be recorded in pencil.

  27. EllyBean said...

    I follow!

  28. EllyBean said...

    I am a fan on face book. ( Erin Lowmaster)

    ellybean (at) connected2christ dot com
    http://www.connected2christ.com

  29. EllyBean said...

    Your button is on the left hand side of my blog.


    ellybean (at) connected2christ (dot) com
    http://www.connected2christ.com

  30. EllyBean said...

    Follow and Tweeted: http://twitter.com/erinlowmaster/status/3603749962

  31. Wanda said...

    I learned that the Internet Password Organizer - Deluxe is available exclusively at Amazon.
    wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

  32. Wanda said...

    I just became a follower of your blog.
    wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

  33. Wanda said...

    I follow via the Google Reader feed.
    wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

  34. Valerie said...

    the retail is only $10
    KawaiiNeko2008 at aol dot com

  35. Grammy Mouse said...

    On the Password Organizers web site they mention to write your passwords in pencil, in case you need to change something later, and to keep it in a safe place, and do not keep other important #'s along in the same file like crdit card #'s & pins.

  36. Grammy Mouse said...

    I have "Life in a house of Blue" button in my right hand side bar.

    gramousetails at gmaildotcom

  37. Grammy Mouse said...

    I am a email subscriber of Life in a house of Blue.

    thanks!

    gramousetails ATgmail dotcom

  38. Grammy Mouse said...

    I have "Life in a House of Blue" listed in my blog roll.

    gramousetails ATgmail dotcom

  39. Grammy Mouse said...

    I left a non-entry comment on the Toothpaste Head giveaway.

    Faythe

    gramousetails ATgmail dotcom

  40. LittleEagle said...

    Microsoft
    American fortune 100 Company
    "In general, passwords written on a piece of paper are more difficult to compromise across the Internet than a password manager, Web site, or other software-based storage tool, such as password managers." sharonaquilino(At)hotmail(dot)com

  41. Melody said...

    This also comes in a deluxe version.
    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

  42. VanBurenMom said...

    The book has 104 pages
    Jaci Lapointe
    TheMomDaily@gmail.com
    www.themomdaily.blogspot.com

    Have fun every day!

  43. VanBurenMom said...

    I already have ya on Twitter, my tweetlink for the contest is: http://twitter.com/VanBurenMom/status/3735764317

    Jaci Lapointe
    TheMomDaily@gmail.com
    www.themomdaily.blogspot.com

    Have fun every day!

  44. VanBurenMom said...

    I have your button on my Blog site!


    Jaci Lapointe
    TheMomDaily@gmail.com
    www.themomdaily.blogspot.com

    Have fun every day!

  45. VanBurenMom said...

    I have you on my blog roll


    Jaci Lapointe
    TheMomDaily@gmail.com
    www.themomdaily.blogspot.com

    Have fun every day!

  46. VanBurenMom said...

    I follow your blog

    Jaci Lapointe
    TheMomDaily@gmail.com
    www.themomdaily.blogspot.com

    Have fun every day!

  47. VanBurenMom said...

    I subscribe via Email


    Jaci Lapointe
    TheMomDaily@gmail.com
    www.themomdaily.blogspot.com

    Have fun every day!

  48. VanBurenMom said...

    I blogged about the contest on my The Mom Daily Blog. The direct link to the post is:

    http://themomdaily.blogspot.com/2009/09/mom-daily-contest-report.html

    Jaci Lapointe
    TheMomDaily@gmail.com
    www.themomdaily.blogspot.com

    Have fun every day!

  49. idahomom said...

    Write in pencil

  50. wigget said...

    it allows you to create unique/complicated passwords that you otherwise would not be able to remember thus improving your overall online security

  51. Shelley said...

    It is recommended to record info. in pencil. srpaynter@windstream.net

  52. Anonymous said...

    They are available at over 30,000 places in 100 countries. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

  53. Mimi the kitten said...

    I learned that one of the cons of storing passwords via a software solution is that, espite the strong encryption algorithms employed by many of these tools, a single password is used to block entry. Once that is compromised, all your passwords are free for the taking.

  54. missrantsypants said...

    I learned that In order to extend the useful life of your Internet Password Organizer® it is recommended that information be recorded in pencil.


    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

  55. Dana said...

    Retrieving your credentials will take no time at all so you can spend more time surfing and less time searching.


    lil_chic_20042002@yahoo.com

  56. Bakersdozen said...

    I like how the site lists pros and cons for writing down the passwords. One con is that the info. could be stolen. But, I still like the idea because I had lost my passwords before when my computer crashed. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

  57. Bakersdozen said...

    I subscribe via email. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

  58. Nancy S. said...

    The deluxe edition is only available at Amazon.
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

  59. Nancy S. said...

    I follow your blog.
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

  60. Nancy S. said...

    I follow you on twitter and I tweeted.
    http://twitter.com/ncschools/status/3810400561
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

  61. purango said...

    In order to extend the life of the Password Organizer they recommend you use a pencil to enter your information. garrettsambo@aol.com

  62. Gianna said...

    In order to extend the useful life of your Internet Password Organizer it is recommended that information be recorded in pencil.

  63. Rajee said...

    This product has received several endorsements such as "Certified Professional Organizer Geralin Thomas nominates the Internet Password Organizer® as "The Top Hostess Gift for 2008" in the October issue of Triangle East Magazine."

  64. Rajee said...

    have ur button

  65. Donna said...

    The Internet Password Organizer® is featured in the March/April issue of Cary Magazine.

  66. masonsgranny59 said...

    The company suggests entering the information in pencil to make changes and updates easier.

  67. Donna said...

    subscriber

  68. Donna said...

    follower
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  69. Donna said...

    Button on my blog.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

  70. Donna said...

    Link on my blog roll.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

  71. lilyk said...

    I learned that in order to extend the useful life of your Internet Password Organizer it is recommended that information be recorded in pencil.

    lilyk@mail2world.com

  72. lilyk said...

    I subscribed.

    lilyk@mail2world.com

  73. lilyk said...

    I became your Facebook fan.

    lilyk@mail2world.com

  74. Amy said...

    wow gotta save this page so that later when I'm more awake I can look it up

  75. james said...

    I am always connect with friends through blogger.nice post Thanks for Sharing
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