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Securely stores your collection of important service access information.
PasswordVaultTM is a top-rated Password Manager which automates website logins and helps you organize and secure your passwords. It's very easy to use, but includes powerful features for advanced users and organizations. Many home users, businesses and major sites like The University of Illinois use PasswordVault.
Logs into websites with just two clicks
Auto-fills web forms on most web browsers
Fights Phishing by only opening verified URLs
Defeats Keyloggers by pasting data in directly
Secures your data with strong 896-bit encryption
Organizes your passwords for easy access
Generates high-quality randomized passwords
Stores software serials, notes, banking info, etc.
Exports data for easy backup & synchronization
Imports from most other password managers
PasswordVault2Go runs off USB drives & iPods
PasswordVault2Go auto-syncs to the desktop
Versions for Windows, MacOS and Linux
Std Edition only USD14.95 (with free updates)
Pro Edition 5-user pack USD39.00 (**special**)
- [New] Users can now manage their web browser bookmarks using PasswordVault, and can sync bookmarks between computers (Windows, MacOS X and Linux) over LANs and over the Internet, using the sync features in PasswordVault.
- [New] A 'URL Dropbox' has been added to the global floating window and main window. URL text from a web browser address can be dragged and dropped onto the URL dropbox or pasted in by right-clicking the URL dropbox, and this opens the 'Add Service' dialog, fills the 'Web Address' textbox with the URL text, and sets the category to 'Bookmark'. The user can then enter the service name and press the 'Save' button, returning them again to the global floating window or main window showing the new service added. If the category is left as 'Bookmark', username and password information is automatically set to 'NoUsername' and 'NoPassword' respectively.
- [New] The 'Starting Letter' popup menu has been replaced with a 'Search' textbox, allowing users to find services very quickly. Placing the wildcard character, '%', at the start of the search text will return all results which the substring matches eg. entering '%foru' will return all services containing the text 'foru' somewhere in their name, such as 'Kenbushi user forum', 'Yahoo forum', etc.
- [New] Pressing the 'Print Details' button on the 'Online Synchronization' dialog prints the online sync username, password and encryption PIN. This information can then be used to set up synchronization on another computer, or used in case a hard disk failure occurs and the user needs to recover their password data using their online file.
- [New] A 'Backup Service Data...' menu item has been added to the 'File' menu, allowing users to save their password data at any time in encrypted form (it's basically a copy of the 'Prefs.txt' file located in the PasswordVault preferences). Files are marked with a time/date stamp to ensure easy identification.
- [New] Holding down the 'Ctrl' key whilst clicking the 'Go To Web Address' button will copy the web address to the clipboard (so you can subsequently paste it into a non-default web browser, or other application), rather than opening it with the default web browser.
- [New] The 'Prefs.txt' file (containing the user's password data) is automatically backed up prior to a manual import. This ensures that if an import subsequently goes awry, the user can revert back to a known good 'Prefs.txt' file. Backup files are marked with a time/date stamp to ensure easy identification.
- [New] A 'Clear Auto-Backup Files' command has been added to the 'File' menu. This clears backup files in the 'Backups' folder inside the PasswordVault preferences folder.
- [Opt] Saving of preferences is now incredibly fast, even with a very large number of services.
- [Opt] The master password entry textbox now gets focus as soon as PasswordVault is launched (you never need to click in this textbox to start entering your master password).
- [Opt] The clipboard is now cleared immediately after any auto-paste sequence completes.
- [Opt] When the PasswordVault application was not the front application, expanding the global floating window would result in the main window appearing behind the front application's window (usually a web browser window).
- [Opt] The 'Add Service' and 'Edit Service' dialogs now appear slightly staggered to the main window for easier access.
- [Opt] The number of services supported by the free Lite Edition has been increased to 25.
- [Opt] Advanced help has been added to the 'Remove Service' button, and is visible when holding down Ctrl-Shift when mousing over the button. Pressing the button with Ctrl-Shift down flushes all services cached in the hidden 'Deleted' service category (this special caching is needed to ensure proper service deletion during multi-user sync).
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