PasswordVault Lite v.7.1.3

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PasswordVault Lite 7.1.3 comes as a useful and functional tool which helps you securely store your collection of important service access information such as website usernames and passwords, Internet banking account numbers and PINs, and software registration details for quick and convenient access.Major Features: Perfect for home, school and office useOne-click access to usernames, passwords and websitesProtects your data using very strong 896-bit double-Blowfish encryptionAllows you to access all your data by entering a simple 'Master Password'Master Password Recovery System (MPRS) ensures you never lose your dataYou can safely change your master password regularly, due to the MPRSPasswordVault2Go runs directly on portable media like USB drivesPowerful and secure password auto-distribution system (Pro Edition only)Auto-export to shared network drives on a schedule or a change (Pro Edition only)Auto-import from shared network drives or Web server URLs (Pro Edition only)Auto-filling of Web forms allows you to log in to most websites with two clicksAn auto-lock timer protects your data if you leave your desktop unattendedService categories can be added, changed and removed at any timeThe random password generator can create very secure random passwordsService data can be easily and securely backed up as an encrypted data fileImports and exports service data in several clear text and encrypted formatsImports from PasswordWallet, Password Depot and most other password managersEncrypted service data files can be saved to and loaded from any locationNotes can be included with a service, for storing email addresses, etc.Main service information access window takes up very little screen spaceA dynamic help system provides information about the function of each buttonA variety of attractive 'skins' can be selected for the main window backdropWindows, MacOS X (Universal Binary), MacOS Classic and Linux versionsStandard Edition (USD14.95) supports an unlimited number of servicesProfessional Edition multi-user packs starting at USD49.00Perfect for universities, companies and other organizationsCustom versions available for organizations and OEMsEnhancements: This minor upgrade adds better sync error alerts, compatibility to netbook screen resolutions, increased note size, an improved custom export function, digitally signed Windows installers, and a fix for a launch failure issue on Windows. It is a free upgrade for all users.

PasswordVault Lite 7.1.3 comes as a useful and ...

 
  • PasswordVault Lite
  • 7.1.3
  • LavaSoftware Technologies
  • Mac OS X Intel, Mac OS X PPC, Mac OS X 10.6 I
  • Freeware
  • 18.3 Mb
  • 162
  • Free
 
 

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