KisKis is a simple and open-source application that allows you to store all your passwords and sensitive/personal information in a secure file that you can carry with you all the time and that can be opened on different computers.
You can access your passwords whenever you need to. You might even give this file your worst enemy because it would be useless for him
without the master password.
KisKis will help you to follow the rules for secure password usage. It checks your passwords quality and enables you to use one password for exactly one account, even if you need to access hundreds of different accounts. There is only one master password you need to remember.
Detailed instructions on how to install and use the KisKis utility on your Mac are available HERE.
KisKis is a cross-platform utility capable of running on any operating system that comes with Java support (e.g. Mac OS X, Windows, Linux).
Here are some key features of "KisKis":
· Runs on multiple platforms and fits on an USB-stick
· OpenPGP-standard file encryption with AES
· Hierarchical tree structure for account organization
· Random password generator for variable length with multiple engines
· Password strength analyzer
· Export to XHTML, XML and CSV. User-defined XSLT-stylesheets are supported as well.
· Auto lock hides the desktop after N minutes of inactivity
· XML file format allows easy and automatically migration of your data
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· [Bug 3272527] Encrypting a SecuredFile raises Exception
· [Bug 3307946] NullpointerException when MessageDialog should be shown
· [Bug 3260451] NullpointerException after file loaded and folder change
· [Bug 3358868] NullpointerException when file is opened