Detail of a handheld device developed by LeeAnn Bell of Centerville for securely storing passwords is now available in retail stores. Passwords Fast was developed by Bell with help from two engineers, and allows users to safely organize and store usernames and passwords for computers, web sites, online bank and credit card accounts, retirement portfolios and more. The device doesn't connect to the Internet or a computer, which makes it more secure.
A Denver-area company has acquired a handheld device developed by a Centerville woman for securely storing online access information and will test-market the product starting this month at 50 Batteries Plus stores in select markets. The product could expand to other chains including Walgreens and CVS if sales are successful, officials said.
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