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UniPas is an unique password generator, which aims at protecting users' identity on the Internet. Firstly, UniPas generates passwords according to inputted domain name, which is dragged by user from address bar of the browser. Also, each UniPas application copy is unique, generating different passwords for different user. Generated passwords can be dragged from the application to the password field. Users concerned about safety of storing password in the computer can also be satisfied by UniPas as UniPas does not store passwords for any sites they login.

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