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I have been using Cryptmagic which, like Ascendo Datavault, has a desktop client that synchs its data with the handheld program. Thus, all passwords (and things like credit card numbers, etc.), are always and easily available to me on my computer. Now, I am going to switch to a Mac (I think), and I was wondering if there is a similar program that has a Mac desktop client. I intend to install VMWare Fusion, and Windows XP to run some Windows software I need (such as Desktop Manager), and if necessary, I can run Cryptmagic that way. But I a trying to use as many Mac programs as possible. Thanks.
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