PassMyWill Sends Out Your Passwords When You Die

| October 3, 2011 | Reply

If you are like most people you have passwords for a ton of different websites, bank accounts and even things like your wireless router. In the event of your demise, would anyone know the passwords to let friends know you’ve passed on fb or twitter? Or close out all of your accounts and credit cards? PassMyWill can help with that. You can choose just about any type of information to be shared when you die. The way it works is pretty simple. You give a key to family or friends while you aren’t dead. If something happens, you notify PassMyWill and they will check your recent online activity and send you an email. If you don’t respond they will then send an email to everyone on your list that can confirm you are alive or not. If the site determines you are in fact a goner, the people with the keys you supplied can then gain access to any of that information. It’s somewhat morbid, but also a pretty good idea.

Source: Lifehacker

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