Wednesday, 28 December 2011

PassMyWill: Sends Your Online Login Details To Family Members If You Pass Away.

Today, every person use hundreds of online services such as Facebook, Twitter, Gmail and more. What happens to all these services when you pass away? With PassMyWill, you can now will all your online assets and passwords to your relatives and friends.

To get started, you must first create an account on PassMyWill and connect your Facebook and Twitter accounts which will be used to check whether or not you have passed away. Next, enter the email address of your family members or friends to whom you want to transfer all of your online passwords. You are also asked to provide an encryption key which will be used to protect your login credentials and will be required to access the passwords. Lastly, you will be required to enter your Facebook, Twitter or email passwords along with a secure message which will be delivered to your family members when you pass away.
Many people (including me) may have privacy concerns about sharing their personal information with a newly built startup website but according to the owner, they said that even they will not have access to your passwords and encryption key.


1.> Will your online passwords.
2.> Will send your login credentials to the designated people when you pass away.

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