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May 30, 2013 10:00 am

CommonKey password manager gets TechCrunch feature

If you have many different passwords online but can’t remember them all, CommonKey password manager might be the solution for you.

The startup, which allows users to sign in to multiple sites using a single password through a Chrome extension, was cofounded in October 2012 by “Big Brain Theory” contestant Andrew Stroup. Stroup was previously a member of TeamPassword, another password manager that was the winning team from Startup Weekend held during Baltimore Innovation Week in September 2012. TeamPassword is still kicking too.

Read the TechCrunch feature of CommonKey here.

Companies: Startup Weekend
People: Andrew Stroup
Projects: TeamPassword
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