I'm looking for something to encrypt my passwords. You know the ones that you type in the first letter of your username and the password automatically pops up. I'm worried that if my laptop was stolen that someone could access my business records.
I would appreciate any help on this.
I don't believe there is such a thing. However there are things you can do.
Your best bet is to disable cookies in your browser. And make sure your log in password is alphanumeric (letters and numbers) preferably in a random pattern. This will limit the chances of someone getting into to your system.
Some laptops come with built in finger print readers for extra security.
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