PassCrypt is an enhanced password manager that gives quick and secure access to passwords while surfing. Features include military strength encryption, automatic form capture and fill-in, password generation, searching, sorting, and printed reports.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:30
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
If you spend any amount of time on the internet, you probably log in to Web sites many times in a day. More and more Web sites require registration to access content, making it increasingly difficult to remember online passwords. Even if you wanted to use the same password for every site (which, of course, you shouldn't), it's impossible because each site has its own requirements. You may be tempted to store Web site passwords on your computer, but this is dangerous without a secure password manager.
PassCrypt is an enhanced password manager that gives you quick and secure access to passwords and credit card numbers while surfing. Military strength encryption keeps your data safe, and automatic form capture and fill-in makes it transparently easy to use. Automatic form capture and fill in require the use of an IE-based browser, but the quick paste facility can be used with any browser to fill in forms. You can configure the program to lock the database when the screensaver is invoked, or you can manually lock the database using a hotkey or the tray icon.
Database items can be organized data into folders, with each folder displaying on the fields that are relevant to that folder. The contents of the selected folder are displayed in a grid to the right of the folder tree. Color coding shows you when a password has expired. The report writer can print out all passwords or just expired passwords.
Not having to remember online passwords frees you to choose passwords that are more secure but harder to remember. PassCrypt's built-in password generator can create secure or simple passwords, and includes options to satisfy whatever requirements a site may have.
Import and export functions let you load data into other applications, or transfer it to another computer - for example, a work or home machine. Former users of RoboForm can painlessly move their data over to PassCrypt 2 with the Import RoboForm facility.