Password Safe is a free Windows password-storage utility. These days, anyone who is on the Web regularly needs too many passwords, and it’s impossible to remember them all. I have long advocated writing them all down on a piece of paper and putting it in your wallet.
I designed Password Safe as another solution. It’s a small program that encrypts all of your passwords using one passphrase. The program is easy to use, and isn’t bogged down by lots of unnecessary features. Security through simplicity.
Password Safe 2.11 is now available.
Currently, Password Safe is an open source project at SourceForge, and is run by Rony Shapiro. Thank you to him and to all the other programmers who worked on the project.
Note that my Password Safe is not the same as this, this, this, or this PasswordSafe. (I should have picked a more obscure name for the program.)
It is the same as this, for the PocketPC.
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