JPasswords 0.5.0 / 0.6.0 RC 3

Program useful for keeping your passwords safe

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What's new in JPasswords 0.5.0:

  • CORRECTED BUGS
  • removed a malfunctioning in FTP/HTTP-adapter which caused occasional
  • incomplete file downloads
  • removed a bug which allowed for corrupted database files when insufficient space
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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL 
FILE SIZE:
514 KB
USER RATING:
UNRATED
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DEVELOPED BY:
Wolfgang Keller
CATEGORY:
Home \ Security
7 JPasswords Screenshots:
JPasswords - This is how you can create a new database.JPasswords - You can enter a password here.JPasswords - Database entries can be added this way.JPasswords - Times can be viewed here.JPasswords - You can access some editing options in this panel.JPasswords - Management options are available in this panel.JPasswords - Font options can be changed in this panel.
JPasswords is an easy, user-friendly but proficient Java program to keep passwords in encrypted databases. Latest security standard, file format complies with "Password Safe" V3 files (CounterPane, Twofish). Small cross-platform program ideal for USB sticks, Linux, etc.

JPasswords allows you to set any different security levels to hamper password guessing attacks by time delay.

Password entries may be ordered within groups (which can be nested) and displayed in tree or in table view. Upon retrieval of a password, the program assists you with a "copy to clipboard" function to make password and username quickly available for other applications.

Several useful service functions, like file copy, automatic backup and restore, but also secure file erase, elaborate undo/redo and a versatile portable modus make this program a pleasure to use and a singular event in the market.

Last updated on November 19th, 2012

Runs on: Mac OS X (Universal Binary)

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