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Personally, I hardly remember the passwords of each of my accounts, as I created dozens of them over the years. One way to store all these passwords in one place and access them whenever I want was offered by Password Safe.
A good reason why I would recommend this application to anyone is its powerful encryption (256-bit). Plus, additional security options like empty clipboard on exit or minimize program on inactivity will increase the security level for all stored information.
Unfortunately, if you forget the access password for your Password Safe account, there is no solution to recover it.
Although you gain access to various utilities and helpful functions (on-screen keyboard, advanced search, password generator), there are still missing relevant settings that might come in handy at some point, like the option to print the accounts list or to save all the information within a DOC file.
Keeping in mind the amount of features and its very low price, I believe you could see Password Safe as a reliable solution when storing accounts information in one place.
- User-friendly interface
- Comes with a built-in search engine and a password generator
- Powerful encryption
- You can use the on-screen keyboard (anti-keylogger)
- Unable to print or save the information into a file
- Unable to recover the access password for Password Safe