By setting a password for your wallet file, you ensure that only you have access to the data it contains. If you’re concerned about forgetting your password, eWallet lets you add a (optional) hint to help remind you what the password is.
And eWallet uses strong 256-bit AES encryption, protecting your personal information from falling into the wrong hands.
Further protect your wallet with eWallet’s additional security options. You can set your wallet to lock automatically if it isn’t used for a set amount of time. You can also have your wallet disallow access for a period of time if someone tries to open it repeatedly with the wrong password.
If you’re using a particular wallet file for information that’s not secure (pictures or other non-confidential information for example), you can choose to not use a password for that wallet on some platforms. Be sure you only pick this option if you’re using a wallet for information that’s not confidential or that you don’t need to protect.