Free Password Manager Software-Organize and Manage Multiple Passwords:
Are you ready for an amazing software application that can allow you quickly & easily manage and even generate your passwords. Best of all, its free (open source). Then this auction is for you.
Nurses all know how frustrating it can be managing multiple passwords for various different accounts. You may have one or more email addresses, eBay accounts, Twitter accounts, accounts, nursing job account, social networking accounts (such as Myspace, FaceBook, etc.), website accounts, retail shopping accounts & more. Each of these type of accounts require a strong password to protect you.
It is not recommended that you ever use the same password for all accounts, or that you use easily guessed passwords such as your birth date. But it is very hard to manage all of these different passwords if you use a different password for each account.. NOT ANYMORE! Now, you can easily & securely manage all of your passwords with one convenient software solution. Not only can you organize & manage all of your passwords in one convenient application, but you can even use this to randomly generate secure passwords.
All of your passwords can be securely placed into one database, which is locked & protected with one master “key” or password. So you only have to remember one password, & you can easily access all of your passwords for various accounts. These secure databases that your passwords are stored in are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish). NOTE: If are a person who stores their passwords in a file on your computer, and it isn’t encrypted, it is highly recommended you use a secured encryption to hep protect it.
If you are a nursing student trying to manage various passwors for nursing school, nclex tests, social media, blogs, and more–then this may be a good solution for you.
Just look at all the amazing feature of this impressive password software application:
Features of This Amazing Password Computer Software:
- Supports the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES, Rijndael) and the Twofish algorithms to encrypt its password databases.
- Both of these ciphers are regarded as very secure by the cryptography community. Banks are using these algorithms too.
- Even if you would use all computers in the world to attack one database, decrypting it would take longer than the age of the universe.
- Even quantum computers won’t help that much. The algorithms are symmetric so its complexity would be reduced a bit, anyway, the sun will go nova before you have decrypted the database.
- The complete database is encrypted, not only the password fields. So your usernames, notes, etc. are protected, too.
- SHA-256 is used as password hash. SHA-256 is a 256-bit cryptographically secure one-way hash function. Your master password is hashed using this algorithm and its output is used as key for the encryption algorithms.
- In contrast to many other hashing algorithms, no attacks are known yet against SHA-256.
- In-Memory Passwords Protection: Your passwords are encrypted while the program is running, so even if Windows caches the programs process to disk, this wouldn’t reveal your passwords anyway.
- [2.x] Protected In-Memory Streams: When loading the inner XML format, passwords are encrypted using a session key.
- Security-Enhanced Password Edit Controls: this is the first password manager that features security-enhanced password edit controls. None of the available password edit control spies work against these controls. The passwords entered in those controls aren’t even visible in the process memory.
Multiple User Keys:
- One master password decrypts the complete database. This means you can type one password in to access all of your passwords you have created and stored into the secured database.
- Alternatively you can use key files. Key files provide better security than master passwords in most cases. You only have to carry the key file with you, for example on a floppy disk, USB stick, or you can burn it onto a CD. Of course, you shouldn’t lose this disk then.
- For even more security you can combine the above two methods: the database then requires the key file and the password in order to be unlocked. Even if you lose your key file, the database would remain secure.
- Additionally, you can lock the database to the current Windows user account. The database can then only be opened by the same person who created it. Export To TXT, HTML, XML and CSV Files:
- The password list can be exported to various formats like TXT, HTML, XML and CSV.
- The XML output can be easily used in other applications.
- The HTML output uses cascading style sheets (CSS) to format the table, so you can easily change the layout.
- The CSV output can be imported by spreadsheet applications like Microsoft’s Excel or OpenOffice’s Calc.
Easy Database Transfer:
- A password database consists of only one file that can be transferred from one computer to another easily.
- You can create, modify and delete groups, in which passwords can be sorted into.
- The groups can be arranged as a tree, so a group can have subgroups, those subgroups can have subgroups themselves, etc.
Time Fields and Entry Attachments:
- Supports time fields: creation time, last modification time, last access time and expiration time.
- You can attach files to password entries
Auto-Type, Global Auto-Type Hot Key and Drag & Drop
- This program can minimize itself and type the information of the currently selected entry into dialogs, web forms, etc. The typing-sequence is 100% user-customizable.
- It also features a global auto-type hot key. When it is running in the background (with opened database) and you press the hot key, it looks up the correct entry and executes its auto-type sequence.
- All fields, title, username, password, URL and notes can be drag and dropped into other windows.
Intuitive and Secure Windows Clipboard Handling:
- Just double-click on any field of the password list to copy its value to the Windows clipboard.
- Timed clipboard clearing: it can clear the clipboard automatically some time after you’ve copied one of your passwords into it.
- Protection against clipboard monitors (other applications won’t get notifications that the clipboard content has been changed).
- Paste-once functionality: allow only one paste operation, after pasting the clipboard is cleared automatically.
Searching and Sorting:
- You can search for specific entries in the databases.
- To sort a password group, just click on one of the column headers in the password list, you can sort by any column. Strong Random Password Generator
- Generate strong random passwords.
- You can define the possible output characters of the generator (number of characters and type).
- Random seeding through user input: mouse movement and random keyboard input.
Screenshot/Picture of Password Secure Manager Software:
System Requirements for Password Software:
- Software File Size 1-2 MB
- Runs on Microsoft® Runs on Windows 98 / 98SE / ME / NT / 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista, each 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 7. May also worth with newer systems (check download page for details)
- Minimum 128 MB Ram
- Available at Keepass.info for download