This is a great gift for a colleague that is always forgetting their passwords

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Chances are we all know someone who struggles to remember their online passwords.

While it’s a relatively easy fix to simply click “forgot password” and reset your credentials, it’s not exactly secure or efficient.

That’s why a subscription to Sticky Password Premium is such a solid gift idea, and it’s on sale for 80% off its normal retail price for a limited time.

Sticky Password Premium allows users to safeguard their online identity by providing strong encrypted passwords for all their accounts, managed by a single master password known only to them. It securely saves your login credentials and lets you automatically login to recognized sites. Plus, Sticky Password Premium also lets you fill out online forms instantly and choose between cloud-based or local storage for your password library based on your preferences.

You can score a lifetime subscription to Sticky Password Premium on sale for $39 AUD [$29.99 USD], saving more than 80 percent off the usual price.

Please note that all deals in the deal store are in US dollars. Additional shipping costs may apply for physical items.

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