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File size: 2527 Kb
Install support: Install and Uninstall
OS: Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000, Pocket PC
System requirements: 300MHz, 32Mb RAM, 5Mb HDD
Password Saver 4.1.1
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Password Saver is an easy-to-use, feature-rich solution for storing all your passwords in a secure, centralized database on your hard drive or a removable media disk. It employs industrial-strength encryption technology and offers export/import functionality designed especially for small to mid-sized teams. Your password database is protected using industrial-strength 256-bit AES/Rijndael encryption. The amount of time required to crack even a 128-bit AES key, much less than 256-bit key, is estimated to be 149 trillion (thousand-billion) years - longer than our universe has existed. Clearly, as long as you don't write your master password down or share it with others, your passwords will be secure. Password Saver uses a Microsoft Office-like scheme where each database is stored in a single file. These files are compact and portable - they can be stored on hard drives, USB flash disks, floppy disks, CD-RW disks, ZIP drives, or any other type of fixed or removable media. You can take your passwords with you wherever you go!
Also, since you no longer need to remember your passwords, you can generate random alphanumeric passwords which are proven to be far more secure than human-generated ones. This will greatly enhance the security of your sensitive data and accounts. The software includes many pre-defined templates for commonly used records such as Web site and Email accounts so you get started adding data right away. However, you are not just limited to the pre-defined templates or even to just storing records with passwords - using custom templates, you can store virtually any kind of data. The software's advanced import/export features also let you share passwords with co-workers and partners easily and securely. You can export your database or just specific folders and passwords to an encrypted file, and then send these files to your co-workers, who can easily import them to their own databases. You can also export to a text (.txt) file.
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